from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A road that affords access into and out of an area.
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- n. A road giving entry to a region or, esp., a motorway.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a short road giving access to an expressway
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About an hour ago, a body was found on the access road going up to the Hollywood Sign.
They drove back along the access road to the trollway.
Eric and June Bug sat in the squad car about two miles outside of Cat Creek, on a dirt access road that paralleled both Hepner’s Road and the old MaCready cotton fields.
The ranch access road that Joe remembered as a faint trail in the snow was newly graded and topped with colichi, a sand-and-clay compound that had quickly disintegrated into fine white powder.
A line of left-turning semi’s indicated the access road for Circle Wharf and Warehouse.
Leonard Deacon was crossing the access road and coming toward them.
He found gardening tools in the back seat, a level patch of hardscrabble off the access road to the Hollywood Sign and buried Mickey Cohen’s would-be assassin in a plot about 4 by 4 by 4, working with an earth spade and grub hoe.
But as Katy and Stephen left the parking lot under the overpass and crossed the I-35 access road to the Municipal Court, Stephen did something unexpected: