Origin of causey
Words nearby causey
How to use causey in a sentence
Two of them, Ebbers and Causey, had undergone congressional panel investigations beforehand.
“Causey” is still used dialectically in England for a paved or cobbled footpath.
And again, ‘Encourage your husband and tell him that truth will yet keep the crown of the causey in Scotland.’Samuel Rutherford|Alexander Whyte
At low water, there is a broken causey to go over, or els over the shalow streamelet of Barrey-brook on the sands.The Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin through Wales|Giraldus Cambrensis