Definition of Cartroad

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

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



Definition of Cartroad

1. a road used by carts [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cartroad

cartridge boxes
cartridge clip
cartridge ejector
cartridge extractor
cartridge font
cartridge fuse
cartridge holder
cartridge paper
cartridge pen
cartridge pens
cartridge remover
cartridgeless
cartridgelike
cartridges
cartroad (current term)
cartroads
carts
cartsful
cartularies
cartulary
cartway
cartways
cartwheel
cartwheeled
cartwheeler
cartwheelers
cartwheeling
cartwheels
cartwhip

Literary usage of Cartroad

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1. Supplementary Papers (1886)
"... a cartroad, along an open vale grown with maize and buckwheat, and bordered by tho red-leaved lacquer-tree, the trunk of which is seamed with black ..."

2. Report of Progress on the Explorations and Surveys Up to January, 1874 by Sir Sandford Fleming (1874)
"About 40 miles, by cartroad, from Edmonton is the height of land between the Saskatchewan and Athabasca rivers, the latter flowing by way of Slave lake and ..."

3. The Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society by Manchester Geographical Society (1898)
"A Russian capitalist, Monsieur Poliakoff, about 1893 obtained a concession from Nasser-ed-Din Shah, to construct a cartroad from ..."

4. Proceedings [of The] ... Annual Meeting by National Civil Service League (1893)
"When a trail has become a cartroad the cartroad a highway, the highway a constantly traveled and closely thronged city street, the proper maintenance and ..."

5. Highway Legislation in Maryland and Its Influence on the Economic by St. George Leakin Sioussat (1899)
"... but was laid out and cleared from the head of St. George's creek to the Chester river, twelve feet wide, for a cartroad, in 1682, by Casparus Hermen and ..."

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