extending, going, or operating from one coast of the U.S. to the other: a coast-to-coast television network.
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How to use coast-to-coast in a sentence
His weeknight program, “coast-to-coast AM,” discussed aliens, paranormal activity, and shadowy government cover-ups.
In 1920, the United States Postal Service announced it would begin a coast-to-coast route.The Strange Arrows That Point the Way Across America | Nina Strochlic | December 19, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
In the early days of airmail, a system of coast-to-coast arrows pointed the way for pilots.The Strange Arrows That Point the Way Across America | Nina Strochlic | December 19, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
It only got there after a grueling, coast-to-coast slog through the lower courts.Obamacare Failed to Win Over Critics Because the Era of Big Ideas Is Over | Andrew Romano | June 29, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
After three decades of motorized flight, no black aviator had managed to fly coast-to-coast.Red Tails Overlooks the Story of America’s First Black Pilots | Marc Wortman | January 16, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Why should we not consider ourselves a deathless Panama-Pacific Exposition on a coast-to-coast scale?The Art Of The Moving Picture | Vachel Lindsay