What is another word for roadways?
[ ɹˈə͡ʊdwe͡ɪz], [ ɹˈəʊdweɪz], [ ɹ_ˈəʊ_d_w_eɪ_z]
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Synonyms for Roadways:
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How to use "Roadways" in context?
Roadways have been a part of life for centuries. Whether it be a dirt trail between farms or a busy city street, pathways have long been essential for transportation. As cities grew and became more populated, the need for better ways to get around quickly became apparent. Roads were created, and over time, they became an essential part of the landscape.
Nowadays, the landscape is changing once again. More and more people are choosing to live in urban areas, and as a result, the demand for roadway has increased. Cities are growing, and so is the demand for transportation.
Paraphrases for Roadways:
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- Noun, plural
channels, crossroads, journey, movement, scopes, ways, Arteries, Itineraries, Ones, Paths, Remedies, Trajectories, Vistas, Drives, LINEs, crossings, homes, waybills, directions, trails, lengths, surfaces, conduits, passages, corridors, passageways, tracts, assaults, beatings, streams, EXPRESSWAYS, LANES, roadblocks, waterways, taxiways, avenues, roadsides, freeways, superhighways, sidings, thoroughfares, railroads, motorways, airways, routings, railways, chemins, voies.
- Noun, plural
Homophones for Roadways:
- ratitae, redhead, reid, reata, rood, road, raw data, rat, ratio, raw wood, ruta, rutty, red tai, ratty, redeye, reit, red haw, retie, rotated, ruddy, route, rit., rod, reheat, ratite, 33rd, read-out, rotate, ready-to-eat, rite, rat-a-tat-tat, rodeo, rotted, rat-a-tat, reed, rot, rad, rete, red heat, ride, redwood, red-eye, rid, riata, root out, rut, 23rd, reread, root, rota, rooted, rawhide, raid, rote, red-hot, rate, rheidae, red, readout, rowdy, ruth, rudd, ret, roth, rout out, reword, rout, 3rd, riyadh, Rede, RHD, red tide, rarity, 43rd, rewrite, ride out, rat-tat, reward, rutted, radio, read, redheaded, raita, reedy, red hot, radiate, ready, rude, rare earth, riot, ride away, rearward, redo.
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