conduit[ kon-dwit, -doo-it, -dyoo-it, -dit ]SEE DEFINITION OF conduit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONDUIT
That was why my first step was to my old tailor's in Conduit Street.
This opening connected with a conduit, which ran off towards the sea.
They have also to be constructed to give a smooth surface to the conduit.
I met an old friend to-day at my dressmaker's in Conduit Street.
By this simple operation, the continuity of the conduit is twice broken.
He is but a conduit through which flows the divine repletion.
Lamb's Conduit Street is called after one Lamb, who built a conduit here in 1577.
They made their way through this, and found themselves in the Conduit of King Hezekiah.
He would, at any rate, see the infatuated breeches-maker of Conduit Street.
But it's just in line with your lonely trips out to Conduit Street.