American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A private road that connects a house, garage, or other building with the street.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A way for driving; a drive; specifically, a private road, as from a house to the street entrance.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A passage or way along or through which a carriage may be driven.
- n. a road leading up to a private house
- drive + way (Wiktionary)
“Blowing out the driveway is a piece of cake compared to that.”
“If you're using a professional mover, the threshold of simply having the mover park in your driveway is the most expensive part of the move.”
“We were led astray by predictions from the neighbor across the street, whose big house actually has a front door on the busy street even though their driveway is across from ours.”
“Police in Washington County are looking for two men who they say are showing up at people's homes and demanding money in what they describe as a driveway scheme.”
“The driveway is littered with brown pine needles and the lawn has brownish patches.”
““The toll on our family of news helicopters over our house and reporters in our driveway is yet unknown,” she wrote.”
“Prancing in the center of the driveway is Larry Mays, 59, a wiry black man in a white shirt and tan pants, and a baseball hat that says “Man of Faith.””
“The toll on our family of news helicopters over our house and reporters in our driveway is yet unknown.”
“Yes, the long gated driveway is a nice play area for bikes and trikes and other things on wheels, but we desperately wanted a nice, secure garden with a lawn for the boys to run about on.”
“And no, my driveway is NOT available -- the sales staff already has it booked.”
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