Definition of Cart track

1. Noun. Any road or path affording passage especially a rough one.

Exact synonyms: Cartroad, Track
Specialized synonyms: Portage, Trail
Generic synonyms: Road, Route



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cart Track

carsful
carshare
carshared
carshares
carsharing
carsick
carsickness
carso
cart
cart-track plant
cart00ney
cart away
cart horse
cart off
cart stall
cart track (current term)
carta
cartable
cartage
cartages
cartas
cartbote
carte
carte blanche
carte de visite
carte du jour
carted
cartel
cartelise
cartelised

Literary usage of Cart track

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1. Great Britain: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1906)
"From this point the route skirts the stream. Beyond a deserted mine the road becomes a cart-track. Where it forks, we take the branch to the right, ..."

2. Landscapes of Sicily by Peter Amann (2001)
"After a few hundred metres/yards, a cart track comes down on the left from ... Again keep ahead at the next FORK (15min), where a cart track rises to the ..."

3. Landscapes of Western Provence and Languedoc-Roussillon: A Countryside Guide by John Underwood, Pat Underwood (2004)
"Then take steep steps up the tar side to a cart track, the Chemin de l'Estrade. ... When a cart track comes in from half-right, keep ahead towards a house. ..."

4. The Canada Law Journal by William S. Hein & Company (1917)
"A farm cart track led from this highway across a field of the vendor, ... This cart track had been used by the former tenants of the smaller plot to carry ..."

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