Definition of Causeways

1. Noun. (plural of causeway) ¹



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Definition of Causeways

1. causeway [v] - See also: causeway

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Causeways

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causelessness
causen
causer
causerie
causeries
causers
causes
causes of action
causes of cancer
causest
causeth
causeway
causewayed
causewaying
causeways (current term)
causey
causeyed
causeymaker
causeymakers
causeys
causidical
causimomancy
causing
caustic
caustic alkali
caustic curve
caustic curves
caustic lime
caustic potash

Literary usage of Causeways

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1. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1892)
"The city of Mexico stood in a salt lake, and was approached by three causeways of solid masonry, each, as the Spanish soldiers said, two lances in breadth, ..."

2. The Law Relating to Highways: Comprising the State 5 & 6 Will. IV. Cap. 50 by John Tidd Pratt (1835)
"... for the guiding of travellers in the best and safest track through the floods; and also to secure horse causeways and foot causeways, by posts, ..."

3. A Digest of Cases Connected with the Law of the Farm: Including the by Henry Hall Dixon (1863)
"50), which requires the parish surveyor to secure horse and foot- causeways from being passed over by carriages, applies only to such as are by the side of ..."

4. History of Corn Milling by Richard Bennett, John Elton (1899)
"technicalities are necessarily omitted, only compara- WATERMILL. tively little is to be said of the progress of the ] causeways, watermill to its stage of ..."

5. An Elementary Course of Civil Engineering by Joseph Mathieu Sganzin (1828)
"Cuts—causeways and Ditches. Roads should be considered with respect to their ... Perfect levels are to be avoided, particularly for stone causeways; ..."

6. An Elementary Course of Civil Engineering by Joseph Mathieu Sganzin (1837)
"... in general—Paved causeways—Gravelled causeways. Roads are generally divided into four classes in the United States, corresponding with their importance. ..."

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