causeway definition

  • noun:
    • A raised roadway, as across liquid or marshland.
    • A paved highway.
    • A road which raised, on be above-water, marshland etc.
    • a means or road raised above the normal level of the bottom, providing as a dry passageway over-wet or marshy floor.
    • A road or road raised over the natural standard of the bottom by stones, earth, timber, fascines, or the want, serving as a dry passage over-wet or marshy surface, over shallow-water, or along the top of an embankment.
    • A sidewalk, or course at the side of a street or road raised above the carriageway.
    • a road which raised above-water or marshland or sand
  • others:
    • to present with an underlying cause method; pave, as a road or street, with blocks of stone.
  • verb:
    • pave a road with cobblestones or pebbles
    • provide with a causeway

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