from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See expressway.
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- n. A thoroughfare.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
The thruway is the most expensive roadway in the North east and imho, the worst in the country.
You can see the compound from a section of elevated thruway.
Sedaris doesn't drive, and so he arrived here through a real-life game of Frogger, scurrying over several lanes of traffic from his Marriott across the thruway.
Then, in 1999, the city of Chicago placed automated external defibrillators within a 60- to 90-second walk of every thruway at Chicago's Midway and Ohare terminals.
She comes down the thruway ready to sew me up with thread
Okay, we're going to go across theTappan ZeeBridge, that will take us toYonkerswhere the thruway turns into the Major Deegan.
The makers of the Solar Roadway just got a little closer to their dream of making every road in the United States a high-tech thruway that carries more than just cars.
I mean, I know I should probably be stuck on the fervent islamists eating in a thruway rest stop where the diet coke has traces of bacon thing, but seriously, they went from Newburgh to the Bronx by way of _Ramapo_?
At any rate, by the time I had passed Kingston on my way back on the thruway your own lawyers and those wing-tip zombie ones over at the state party HQ had already filed objections with the BOE and with a kool-aid drunk hack judge in Nassau County.
The makers of the Solar Roadway just got a little closer to their dream of making every road in the United States a high-tech thruway
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