Examples of way station in a Sentence
a way station for truck drivers
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But college for me was not a way station to a career in tech, finance, or consulting.
Such an approach might appeal not only to a worker who doubts the state’s promises, but any worker who views a public-sector job as a way station rather than a lifetime commitment.
Other picturesque way stations include the Big Sur estate of one of Grandpa’s wealthy customers (Peter Fonda), a Buddhist monastery and the home of a hippie art forger (Christopher Lloyd).
Other picturesque way stations include the Big Sur estate of one of Grandpa's wealthy customers (Peter Fonda), a Buddhist monastery and the home of a hippie art forger (Christopher Lloyd).
Groups of people headed for the border came to this way station, then made their way to the border once darkness fell.
The first free ports were established in early modern Europe as way stations for goods like grain, coffee, or spices.
Lewandowski is leaving the pro-Trump group America First Policies, which has served as something of a way station for presidential advisers in transition.
This means that a private entity could take over control of the space station (and pay the lion's share of the bills) or several smaller commercial stations could fulfill the role of providing orbital way stations.
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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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