American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A broad landscaped highway, often divided by a planted median strip.
- n. Mississippi Valley, Ohio Valley, & Western U.S. See parking. See Regional Note at parking.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A broad thoroughfare planted with trees and intended for recreation as well as for common street traffic.
- n. a road, a thoroughfare
- n. US a scenic freeway
- n. US a divided highway with a landscaped median
- n. rail transport, UK, Australia a railway station built on the edge of a town, typically with a large car park to function as a park and ride interchange.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A wide scenic road planted with trees.
- n. a wide scenic road planted with trees
- Blend of car park and railway (Wiktionary)
“And trying to "merge" on the the parkway from a sidestreet was like trying to get on a California freeway in a Geo Metro.”
“(The lower portion of Jakes Branch in South Toms River, east of the parkway, is classified as Hardwood Swamp Forest).”
“The Beachwood area west of the parkway is not curerntly served by the Beachwood Borough Utilities Authority sewer system.”
“Actually, three miles away from a parkway is pretty ideal in terms of property values.”
““We could be done with the development by the time the parkway is installed.””
“People who reject the notion that traffic will get worse if a parkway is built.”
“Building the parkway is more like unzipping your fly.”
“The parkway is intended to allow commuters to avoid Rio Road driving to and from work once per day, and they are going to make that drive once per day each way regardless of how irritating it is.”
“Trust me your property values will never go down! and the crappy traffic will stay until the meadowcreek parkway is built”
“In Beachwood Borough, the area east of the parkway has been almost entirely developed, with all existing development on a public wastewater system.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘parkway’.
As in routes, avenues & tracts. Omitting, e.g., halfway, anyway, sideways, folkway, Haddaway. (many of those are found thisways)
In my life I've lived on an avenue, a drive, and uh, a park southwest. Maybe someday I can live on a mews.
Place words, words specific to places I have been to, lived in, loved, and loathed.
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