from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The course occupied by a stream of water.


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  • To reach the sandstone formations, turn off Split Mountain Road at Fish Creek Wash, a dry streamway that is marked.

    A Desert Escape

  • But at some time in the past it had also been a streamway, for the rocks lining it were well worn, forming irregular stairs leading steeply upward.

    Perseus Spur

  • Dark and shaded and ferny and mossy was this streamway; and everywhere were tracks of game, from the giant spread of a grizzly bear to the tiny, birdlike imprints of a squirrel.

    To the Last Man

  • Doubtless, I thought to myself, that streamway made a road to the plain above, and in some past battle, the fighting around it was very fierce and the slaughter great.

    Ayesha, the Return of She

  • Bill was nominated by Superintendent of Recreation Jill Geller, who notes Bill was initially hired in 1986 as land acquisition specialist to seek and acquire the land necessary to make then-Director Gary Haller's vision of a future streamway park system a reality.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • He has served on several Johnson County government committees, including the 1986 committee which successfully promoted the 1986 passage of a mill levy increase to help fund the streamway parks system, and he has served as legal council for the Spring Hill and Olathe Township zoning boards.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page


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