aqueduct[ ak-wi-duhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aqueduct
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AQUEDUCT
They knew what she would find at the Aqueduct track—find the world.
The aqueduct, which had been long destroyed, he renewed, and brought in water through it.
It is from the aqueduct of yon Moorish mill nearly at the foot of the hill.
Massive remains of the Claudian aqueduct are to be seen here and there.
The course of the aqueduct from Elan to Birmingham was marked by a thin red line.
He was looking at the names of the other towns that lay on the course of the aqueduct.
An aqueduct is a leadway or artificial channel for conveying water.
Not a word was spoken, till they reached the hole leading into the aqueduct.
"I thought you said that Appius Claudius built the aqueduct," said Mrs. Sprague.
The road is called 'Appian' after one of his names, and the aqueduct 'Claudian' after the other.