Examples of way station in a Sentence
a way station for truck drivers
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Every ten miles or so, there will be a little way station, a humble gite-d’etape to sit and rest, get water from a spring.
Van Hulst's school was diagonally opposite a theater that was being used by the Nazis as a way station for Jews sent to the Westerbork transit camp in the northeastern part of the country.
In the era of the one-and-done, Villanova has become a powerhouse with two national championships in three seasons through stability and a stay-and-play ethos that doesn’t treat college hoops as a way station on the way to the NBA.
College is a phony way station for players like Bazley.
In New York the Attorney General’s office has been a way station to the Governor’s mansion—for Mr. Spitzer and then Andrew Cuomo.
Connected to the coast by the Magdalena, and brought closer to Cartagena during colonial times via a canal, Mompox became a vital way station into the Colombian interior.
The square is a major way station for commuters and a place where day laborers gather in the hopes of picking up work.
Since it was created in 1993 by then-President Bill Clinton, the NEC has served as a way station for forging policy positions and resolving disputes that cut across multiple agencies in the executive branch.
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WAY STATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of way station for English Language Learners
: a place where people can stop for rest, supplies, etc., during a long journey
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