- any scenic trail or route set aside for travel or recreational activities.
Origin of greenway
First recorded in 1970–75
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Examples from the Web for greenway
“Both were originally viewed by Washington as the indispensable men to carry forward American policy,” Greenway said.Afghanistan—The New Vietnam
September 16, 2010
Greenway was foolish enough to take the same view of the question.
"There is some money in Paris waiting for me," said Greenway.
The roof of the south porch is also Greenway's work, and is very fine.A Book of the West. Volume I Devon
A fine plant covering a large expanse of wall is at Greenway.Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens
Ernest Thomas Cook
Then, again, Greenway may have exaggerated the size of the hole.Renshaw Fanning's Quest
- US a corridor of protected open space that is maintained for conservation, recreation, and non-motorized transportation
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