tote road


noun
  1. an unpaved road for carrying supplies, as to a camp or clearing.

Origin of tote road

1
First recorded in 1855–60

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How to use tote road in a sentence

  • They came up the old "tote-road" by the river side, and a herd of buffaloes on a stampede could hardly have made more noise.

    Sevenoaks | J. G. Holland
  • "Jolly little girl," said the Inspector, as they turned from the railway tote road down the coulee into the Kootenay trail.

    Corporal Cameron | Ralph Connor
  • Then I'll blaze the tote road to you, an' you can slip on to the next one.

  • A few minutes later he took the trail, following the windings of Moncrossen's new tote-road into the North.

    The Promise | James B. Hendryx
  • The big Irishman turned and swung down the tote-road, the webs of his rackets leaving a broad trail in the snow.

    The Promise | James B. Hendryx