from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See service station.
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- n. A place which sells gasoline to pump directly into a car or into an approved container.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a service station that sells gasoline
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The plan was to travel back to Innebrède and be standing there waiting at the gas station when we pulled in on the motorcycle.
Finally, just before midnight, we found ourselves at a gas station quick-food shop.
You can imagine how nervous I was as a beat-up old truck pulled into the gas station right up next to my car and a gruff-looking man rolled down his window and beckoned me over.
When I was about six, Momma and Daddy bought a gas station and souvenir shop right across the street from River Bend.
The gas station was gone, Mussolinis name nowhere in evidence.
And decided it probably made sense to give the gas station a heads-up since that was usually where any foreigners coming to Innebrède went.
Then I heard the bell ringing at school off in the distance and explained to him how to get to the gas station without running into the Trann fathers.
Georgia drove across the road to the gas station and pulled up in front of the full-serve bay.
The gas station attendant was pretty sure that at least two of them had come in minutes before and purchased rub-on butterfly tattoos.
We stormed off together, in silence, sulking from the bus stop bench to our hour-long bus ride back sitting at opposite ends of the bus to the gas station on the corner of Glendale Boulevard and Montana Street.