from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun That portion of a corduroy road which crosses a stream or other body of water: a system of rough paving for a ford through a stream having a bad bottom, or through a quagmire or quicksand, formed by laying small logs or poles parallel and close together across the roadway and loading them down with stones.


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