Definitions for "Causeway"
Keywords:  moat, roadway, road, marshland, marshy
A way or road raised above the natural level of the ground, serving as a dry passage over wet or marshy ground.
A raised road or way leading to a fort’s entrance; usually over a moat, ditch or fosse.
Sometimes used interchangeably with bridge, a causeway generally has its deck (which carries the traffic) supported by solid fill across shallow water or marsh; as opposed to a bridge, which has its deck elevated across water or other obstructions, supported only by abutments and/or piers.
a natural or constructed crossing that enables vehicles to ford a drainage feature. The pavement may be of concrete, gravel, bitumen, rock, logs or natural surface.
a terrific vantage point to experience the sights
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