Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of lanner.

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Examples

  • From Navojoa to Los Mochis the divided road is closed in a few places with traffic diverted to the opposite lanes. ie, it becomes a 2 laner with traffic in both directions for a while, but very little traffic, so no problem. chicois8

    Successful crossing

  • Why would you advocate for even MORE power to corporations and less power to the vast majority – workers? laner

    Dying town in need of stimulus

  • BILL O'REILLY: The chicken was running from a rapist, but she was a liberal chicken slut, so who cares if the road was a three laner with high traffic.

    Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road; A liberal's perspective

  • The L.A. fast-laner, accused with his brother, Erik, of killing their parents in 1989, is set to be retried in March.

    Not-So-Private-Thoughts

  • BILL O'REILLY: The chicken was running from a rapist, but she was a liberal chicken slut, so who cares if the road was a three-laner with high traffic.

    Rob Kall: Famous People on Why The Chicken Crossed the Road--From a Liberal Perspective

  • It is all done, and even though it is a two laner, he said it was just fine.

    Michoacan question

  • Lázaro Cárdenas, a busy four-laner that comes in from the northeast and wraps around the square harbor.

    Cabo To Cabo

  • And remember, sometimes the four-laner with stop lights moves faster than the interstate full of stressed maniacs.

    Devil, Defeated

  • Within fifteen minutes we were southbound again, happily cruising along at 60 mph on a two-laner.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • The Cache la Poudre ran parallel to a big four-laner, Route 287.

    The Lake House

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