- a bridge at which a toll is charged.
Origin of toll bridge
First recorded in 1765–75
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Examples from the Web for toll bridge
When he comes nosing around the bridge of his nose is a toll-bridge.The Voice of the City
He was coming from the direction of the toll-bridge, and had evidently met the boy.
They have taken Redlands—that pretty house just beyond the toll-bridge on the other side of Warford.A Terrible Tomboy
There is a toll-bridge here and a large brewery, with extensive cattle-sheds strung along the shore.
A little later a ballooning cloud of dust came rolling down the road toward him and the toll-bridge that led to Smyrna village.