Will had mistakenly connected the pathway of infection in a hospital room with someone coughing or sneezing circulating in public.
Every handrail, elevator button, and door handle becomes a pathway for spreading disease.
But it also underscores the pathway to victory for Democrats: painting your opponent as extreme.
Ultimately, there should be a plan and a pathway to citizenship for those here illegally now.
This book advocates for the sport as pathway to a more transcendent view of life.
Scarcely had he been elected when Cineas, sent ahead by Pyrrhus, planted himself in the pathway of negotiations.
He threw the bridle over the fence and strode up the pathway.
They see the many obstacles in their pathway; but they know that public opinion can overcome them all.
There was just light enough for her to see the pathway through the beech clump.
The pathway down to the beach was too steep for the horses to descend, or in their eagerness they would have gone down.
pathway path·way (pāth'wā')
A course usually followed by a body part or process.
A chain of nerve fibers along which impulses normally travel.
A sequence of enzymatic or other reactions by which one biological material is converted to another.