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- n. any road or path affording passage especially a rough one.
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- n. any road or path affording passage especially a rough one
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Extremadura cartroad, Roberto and Manuel entered a very large tavern.
Scrambling over a limestone wall tufted thick with parsley fern, he noticed Mabel stooping over an object which lay among the heather where a rough cartroad approached a wooden bridge.
The hilly but well-metaled cartroad, along which by the light of the waning moon I cantered with an officer of the Greek staff, had been thronged all night with the surging current of the battle traffic -- an up-flow of munition convoys and reinforcements, and back-flow of wounded and prisoners -- but I could not help remarking the comparative quiet and absence of confusion with which the complex movement was carried on.
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