Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A way dug along a precipitous place otherwise impassable; a road constructed for the passage of vehicles on the side of a very steep hill, along a bold riverfront, etc.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. U.S. A way or road dug through a hill, or sunk below the surface of the land.
- dug + way (Wiktionary)
“We rounded the corner on the last dugway to the road out of the canyon.”
“Avenue and note the conversion from ugliness to beauty of a paved road, dipping into a dugway between dirty stone walls.”
“Here the trail turned abruptly onto the larger ridge, mounted sharply through a dugway, and then to our complete surprise emerged into the fair sunlight.”
“The sun had set long before we reached the bottom, and through the darkness, we had to climb up over the steep dugway in the sandy clay to the village, which we reached at seven.”
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As in routes, avenues & tracts. Omitting, e.g., halfway, anyway, sideways, folkway, Haddaway. (many of those are found thisways)
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