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- highway (n.)
- Old English heahweg "main road from one town to another;" see high (adj.) in sense of "main" + way (n.). High street (Old English heahstræte) was the word before 17c. applied to highways and main roads, whether in the country or town, especially one of the Roman roads. In more recent usage, it generally is the proper name of the street of a town which is built upon a highway and was the principal street of the place.
- 1. Megamalls and fast food restaurants line the highway system.
- 2. The regions are interconnected by an excellent highway system.
- 3. Chris crawled on his hands and knees out onto the highway.
- 4. Do you know the highway to Tulsa? The airport road joins it.
- 5. She prattled on as she drove out to the Highway.
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