Causeway

In modern usage, a causeway is a road or railway elevated, usually across a broad body of water or wetland. == Etymology == When first used, the word appeared in a form such as `causey way” making clear its derivation from the earlier form `causey”. This word seems to have come from the same source by two different routes. It derives ultim...
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causeway

[n] - a road that is raised above water or marshland or sand 2. [v] - provide with a causeway 3. [v] - pave a road with cobblestones or pebbles
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Causeway

• (n.) Alt. of Causey
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causeway

noun a road that is raised above water or marshland or sand
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Causeway

Cause'way (kaz'wa), Cau'sey ((ka'zȳ) noun [ Middle English cauci , cauchie , Old French cauchie , French chaussée , from Late Latin ( via ) calciata , fr calciare to make a road, either from Latin calx lime, hence, to pave with li...
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Causeway

A causeway is a raised road across a low or wet piece of land.
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Causeway

A causeway is path that leads over a ditch, moat or other area of ground. Sometimes they can be raised off the ground.
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causeway

a manmade, raised road used to cross water or provide a connection between land masses.
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causeway

A raised path across a wet area.
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Causeway

Elevated section of trail contained by rock, usually through permanently or seasonally wet areas.
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Causeway

ran fromEast street towards St Mary
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