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cart track

noun
1.
a rough track or road in a rural area Also called cart road
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  • Then the Bishop went on, his soiled and draggled company following him, the cart lying helpless in the cart track behind them.

    The Deemster

    Hall Caine
  • It appeared that they had followed our cart track downwards, having with them a native of Cudjallagong.

  • The puszta has no pathway, grass grows over hoof-print and cart track.

    The Yellow Rose

    Mr Jkai
  • At last the long river was passed, and there on the opposite shore lay the cart track to Fort Pitt.

    The Great Lone Land W. F. Butler
  • There was snow everywhere, the bushes were weighted down with it, and on the cart track the ice cracked under the wheel.

    Ditte: Girl Alive! Martin Andersen Nexo
  • He carried, of course, an umbrella—that was part of his full dress—and the basket—he walked between her and the cart track.

    The Good Comrade Una L. Silberrad
  • Had he continued along the cart track he would have reached, by way of a bleak paved courtyard, the back of the house.

    The Passionate Elopement Compton Mackenzie
  • The nearest way is by a cart track through the beech woods, that winds up the hill to the Common.

    The Wonder J. D. Beresford
  • They scoured every main artery and side road and cart track for miles in every direction, he and Johnny the Itch.

  • Leaving the cart track we galloped over the oozing sod of black muck at the risk of getting our horses stalled in the mire.

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