a raised road or path, as across low or wet ground.
a highway or paved way.
to pave (a road or street) with cobblestones or pebbles.
to provide with a causeway.
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How to use causeway in a sentence
Big aerial views of land developments, and drawings of buildings, roads and causeways, that kinda stuff.Vanishing Point | C.C. Beck
The land around the city was under water, and the capital was approached by causeways across the low and marshy ground.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year | Edwin Emerson
There are four avenues or entrances to the city, all of which are formed by artificial causeways, two spears' length in width.
As the city was connected with the mainland by three causeways, it was necessary to invest it on three sides.
Iztatapalan, a rocky fortress was taken by storm and on April 21, 1521, the first attack was delivered along the causeways.
British Dictionary definitions for causeway
a raised path or road crossing water, marshland, sand, etc
a paved footpath
a road surfaced with setts
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