fosseway definition

  • noun:
    • A Roman military road with a fosse or ditch on each side maintain it dried out.
    • One of the great armed forces roadways constructed because of the Romans in The united kingdomt and other elements of European countries; -- so-called from fosse or ditch for each part for keeping it dry.
    • See fossway.
    • A Roman army road with a fosse or ditch for each side to keep it dried out.
    • A Roman military road with a fosse or ditch for each side maintain it dry.
    • One of the great armed forces roadways constructed because of the Romans in England along with other elements of European countries; -- so named from the fosse or ditch for each side for keeping it dry.
    • one of many great military roadways constructed by the Romans in The united kingdomt also elements of Europe; -- so named through the fosse or ditch for each side for keeping it dried out.
    • See fossway.
    • A Roman armed forces roadway with a fosse or ditch for each part to help keep it dried out.
    • See fossway.
    • the great army roadways constructed by the Romans in The united kingdomt and other areas of Europe; -- so called from the fosse or ditch for each side for maintaining it dried out.
    • See fossway.
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