Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A path for bicycles.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • On I pedalled, out past Tesco on what I imagined to be the cycle-path to Parton on the Solway Firth, only to be totally mistaken.

    Country diary: Western Cumbria

  • There were three of them, three boys, in as many bright-colored sweaters, and they "scorched" along the cycle-path as dangerously near the speed-limit as is the custom of boys in bright-colored sweaters to go.

    Part I

  • The government has consistently backed the powers as an important tool in the fight against terrorism. walking on a cycle-path in Dundee; the 80-year-old John Catt for being caught on CCTV passing a demonstration in Brighton; the

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • A man who keeps stealing mopeds is an obvious cycle-path.

    Slashdot: Your Rights Online

  • A man who keeps stealing mopeds is an obvious cycle-path.

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  • A man who keeps stealing mopeds is an obvious cycle-path.

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  • "scorched" along the cycle-path as dangerously near the speed-limit as is the custom of boys in bright-colored sweaters to go.

    The Cruise of the Dazzler

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