Definition of Bridgeworks
1. bridgework [n] - See also: bridgework
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bridgeworks
Literary usage of Bridgeworks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Poems by James Clarence Mangan, John Mitchel (1859)
"... Upswelling the deluging fountains; Strong torrents rush down from the mountains, And lo! as he reaches the deep river's horder The bridgeworks give way ..."
2. Anthologia Germanica =: German Anthology : a Series of Translations from the by James Clarence Mangan (1845)
"... he reaches the deep river's border The bridgeworks give way in terrific disorder, And the waves, with a roaring like thunder, Sweep o'er the rent wrecks ..."
3. The Michigan Engineer by Michigan Engineering Society (1881)
"This slide rule is in use already in hundreds of counting-rooms, engineer's offices, bridgeworks. and similar places. ..."
4. General Report on the Work Carried on by the Geological Survey of India by Geological Survey of India, C. L. Griesbach (1900)
"... which keeps at a low level, constantly descending, until Mong Pawn is nearly reached, when close to the bridgeworks over the Pawn river there comes in, ..."
5. Engineering of To-day: A Popular Account of the Present State of the Science by Thomas W. Corbin (1911)
"As a matter of fact all the steelwork was made at a bridgeworks many miles away and brought to the site all ready to be put together, yet so exact were the ..."