Examples of waterway in a Sentence
the Erie Canal was superseded by a much larger waterway, the New York State Barge Canal
Recent Examples of waterway from the Web
Within a month of taking office, for example, Trump signed a law nullifying an Obama-era rule prohibiting coal mining companies from dumping waste into streams and waterways.
Fueling the movement is increased consumer environmentalism and concern about the many straws that end up polluting oceans and waterways.
The question of what wetlands and small waterways should be covered by the Clean Water Act has a famously muddled history.
If confirmed, Kavanaugh will face a case about the right of a moose hunter to use his hovercraft on an Interior Alaska waterway.
KSA Parks officials say alligator sightings are not entirely uncommon for areas bordering Lake Houston waterways and have been reported many times over the years.
Libertyville officials and a local manufacturer are working toward cleaning a pond near the Route 45 and Winchester Road property and inspecting connected waterways to examine other possible contamination inadvertently caused.
The poker run event encourages enjoyment of Harford County’s many waterways through kayaking, canoeing, and standup paddling.
But populations proliferate rapidly in warm, slow-moving, nutrient rich waters, leading to thick blankets of algae that can spread across waterways.
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Definition of waterway for English Language Learners
: a canal, river, etc., that is deep and wide enough for boats and ships to travel through
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