cawsai, sarn, sarnau, cawseiau, chawseiau, gawseiau, nghawsai, nghawseiau
Noun(1) a road that is raised above water or marshland or sand
Verb(1) provide with a causeway(2) pave a road with cobblestones or pebbles
(1) Don't miss the walk across the causeway to the Ôö£├äle de Callot - or the low tide for your return.(2) Singapore is situated at the southern tip of the Malay peninsula to which it is connected by a causeway carrying a road and railway.(3) At the end of the causeway the road started to slope upwards.(4) Looking out, tumblers in hand, we watched as the waves slid over the causeway , smoothing away our bootprints and the already fading tracks of the funeral cars.(5) A short walk along the causeway to Horrid Hill is a must, followed by a longer walk along the tideline to the reedbeds at Motney Hill RSPB Reserve.(6) Join this track following a causeway all the way across the reed beds of the Moss.(7) The debate also cast doubt about whether taxis have been charging too much for long rides from the causeway to Apex or Road To Nowhere.(8) an island reached at low tide by a causeway(9) She never returned and was found in Scarden Beg on a rough area of ground close to the causeway that leads out to the island.(10) Bridges, causeways and other manmade trafficways are not always capable of supporting them, and even those that are can erode quickly under repeated use.(11) The ├ö├ç├┐Palms├ö├ç├û are connected by causeways to a Miami-like beachfront chock-full of mega-hotels, apartment high-rises and yacht marinas.(12) Coastal rains, which are set to continue, have flooded some local access roads and causeways , particularly in the rural areas.(13) The projects include an elevated expressway, several flyovers, underpasses and causeways .(14) Caravans tied to the ground with strong chains, and spume blowing over the causeways which link South and North Uist bear testament to the power of the wind and sea.(15) Miami Beach, described as ├ö├ç├┐the place where the sun spends the winter,├ö├ç├û is a narrow, seven-mile long strip separated from its mainland sister by Biscayne Bay but linked by causeways .(16) Homes damaged by the ferocious January gale in which five members of the same family were killed on the island of South Uist are still being repaired and walls protecting roads and causeways from the sea have gaping holes in them.
(1) causeway :: sarn
1. causeway ::
2. ridge ::
3. mound ::
4. dam ::
5. weir ::
6. bank ::
7. barrage ::
8. embankment ::
10. bund ::
11. causey ::
12. cobble ::
13. stone ::
14. pitch ::
Different Formscauseway, causeways
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