Road in a sentence

The word "road" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of road and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Road

  • A place where one may ride; an open way or public passage for vehicles, persons, and animals; a track for travel, forming a means of communication between one city, town, or place, and another.
  • A place where ships may ride at anchor at some distance from the shore; a roadstead; -- often in the plural; as, Hampton Roads.
  • a way or means to achieve something
  • an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation

How to use road in a sentence. Road pronunciation.

It had its own entrance and exits from the Palace, opening on the square at the front, at the back opening on its own garden, which also had its own exits to the public road.
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I am given to my appointed task; I am set on a road of life in which there is no looking back.
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I have broken through upon the road.
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You are on the road, you say.
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David motioned them towards the great gates, and, without speaking, passed swiftly down the pathway and emerged upon the road without.
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Then, indeed, I rejoiced for thee, for I have found thee a road to honour and fortune.
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He soared over three fences like a bird, and disappeared down the road toward the Washoe Valley.
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That is to say, he made a straight cut across lots, preferring fences and ditches to a crooked road; and when the Speaker got to the Capitol he said he had been in the air so much he felt as if he had made the trip on a comet.
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Plainly this was the road to fortune.
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With the help of a stool she took the same way, let herself slip down from the sill into the street, and hastened on without aim or goal-inspired only by the wish to escape durance in the dark room, and to burst every bond that tied her to her hated mate-up the church-hill and along the road which lead over the mountain to the sea.
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That she could have swung herself out into the road, and have set out in the night for the open desert, had not yet entered into his mind.
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Hence, the roads which are open to the soul, are numberless as those of the divinity.
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Often they seem strange, but the initiated very well know that these roads are in accordance to fixed laws, and that even the most exceptional emotions of the soul may be traced back to causes which were capable of giving rise to them and to no others.
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Farther away from the road flowers of even greater beauty blow, seen by no mortal eye; they deck themselves in beauty for no one but for their Creator, and because they rejoice in themselves.
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No danger is now threatening you, for Phoebicius is seeking you on a wrong road; you may trust me.
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At first she had fled without any plan out into the night and up the mountain; the moon lighted her on her way, and for fully an hour she continued her upward road without any rest.
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Then she heard the voices of travellers who were coming towards her, and she left the beaten road and tried to get away from them, for she feared that her greyhound, which she still carried' on her arm, would betray her by barking, or if they heard it whining, and saw it limp.
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If Polykarp now could only meet her on his way back from Raithu; but the road she had just quitted did not lead from thence, but to the gate-way that lay more to the southwards.
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CHAPTER II 'Runnymede' (so the Mumfords' house was named) stood on its own little plot of ground in one of the tree-shadowed roads which persuade the inhabitants of Sutton that they live in the country.
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Well, to begin with, she would be content with one of the smaller houses; a modest, semidetached little place, like those at the far end of Cedar Road.
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Examples of Road

Example #1
The quarters of the Chief Eunuch separated the suite from the harem, and Mizraim, the present Chief Eunuch, was a man of power in the Palace, knew more secrets, was more courted, and was richer than some of the princes.
Example #2
Both rooms belonged to a spacious suite which lay between the harem and the major portion of the Palace.
Example #3
My dreams of the past are here begun in very truth and fact.
Example #4
When, in the night, I heard Uncle Benn calling, when in the Meeting-house voices said, 'Come away, come away, and labour, thou art idle,' I could hear my heart beat in the ardour to be off.
Example #5
I know my goal now.
Example #6
I was behind the hedge.