from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A passage or path for walking.
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- n. A clearly defined path for pedestrians.
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- n. a path set aside for walking
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There was a little covered walkway from the gite to the large but dilapidated dove house with tiles made as you mentioned but along the edge there were marks made (by man) that resembled pigeon footprints.
For just $1.60 more you can take a trolley ride (the ticket is good both ways) along a quarter-mile walkway from the entrance of the park to the archaeological zone.
Without a doubt, the tree-lined boulevard, with its center pedestrian walkway is Barcelona's biggest draw.
In the garden, workers laid tiles for a walkway from a recently excavated Byzantine-era mosaic to the sycamore tree.
That walkway is about to over flow in to the parking lot.
There's a walkway from the office where I work that leads to the parking lot.
Above the walkway was a narrow, thatched roof, supported by whitewashed poles.
To the right of the walkway was the drainage way that carried the sewage, the surface of the turbid waters another cubit or so below the walkway.
Now I was going in the right direction, but the walkway was a solid mass of people just standing still on it.
Before him on the walkway was a tarpaulin-covered cart with two cases of soft drinks on top.
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