- beltrami, eugenio,
- beltsville small white,
- belvoir castle
Origin of beltway
Examples from the Web for beltway
It was just something they knew they had to say for a while to sound responsible in Beltway land.
After all, Beltway elites—and many voters—are under the impression that the Republican Party is still nostalgic for the Cold War.
But travel outside the Beltway, and the conversation about impeachment is far from abstract.
For Sanders, all of that speculation is nonsense, Beltway gossip that is distracting people from running to the barricades.Can This Ornery Socialist Spoil the Clinton Coronation?|David Freedlander|July 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
- the people and institutions located in the area bounded by the Washington Beltway, taken to be politically and socially out of touch with the rest of America and much given to political intrigue
- (as modifier)Beltway Cassandras
term in U.S. for a ring highway around an urban area, especially Interstate 495 around Washington, D.C., the Capital Beltway, completed 1964. Figurative for "Washington, D.C., and its culture" for better or worse, since c.1978.