concession road

[ kuhn-sesh-uhn rohd ]

  1. a road built between two concessions of a township.

Origin of concession road

First recorded in 1810–20

Words Nearby concession road Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use concession road in a sentence

  • Along the concession road, past the new church, through the swamp, and on to the old churchyard the long procession slowly moved.

    The Man From Glengarry | Ralph Connor
  • The concession road was blocked before day had well set in; no horse could go ten yards in it.

  • He drew a line on the table-cloth with the carvingknife, and the Notary said: "Yes, yes, the concession road."

British Dictionary definitions for concession road

concession road

  1. Canadian (esp in Ontario) one of a series of roads separating concessions in a township

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