Definition of Aisleways
1. aisleway [n] - See also: aisleway
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aisleways
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Literary usage of Aisleways
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Manual by American Railway Engineering Association (1916)
"With the house congested with freight it is difficult to keep the aisleways from being crowded up, making it almost impossible to get through with a truck ..."
2. Manual of the American Railway Engineering Association by American Railway Engineering Association (1921)
"congested with freight it is difficult to keep the aisleways from being crowded up, making it almost impossible to get through with a truck that is loaded ..."
3. Quarterly of the National Fire Protection Association by National Fire Protection Association (1896)
"... not less than thirty inches from the storage building walls in piles not more than twelve feet in width, with thirty-inch aisleways between piles. ..."
4. Nature Pictures by American Poets by Annie Russell Marble (1899)
"... lingering round her mouth, Her languorous eyes noon-fervent as with flame. Out from the pallid aisleways of the pole A sombre spirit sped adown the sea; ..."