crossroad

[ kraws-rohd, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF crossroad

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROSSROAD

There is just this one little tree, near the crossroad by the old stone house.

There was an arrow pointing along the crossroad and off to the right.

At a crossroad, in fact, the white pack had vanished into void.

She had not gone far when she saw a boy coming out of a crossroad.

They came to a crossroad, turned into it, and stopped short before a gate.

And he seized my bridle and turned my horse into the crossroad; then he followed.

I knew every signpost, every crossroad, every foot of the ground.

There is a crossroad there, you remember, cutting through to the lake, and I turned in.

As we neared a crossroad we were given the command “Attention!”

The pursuers too had reached the turning into the crossroad.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CROSSROAD

strait

nouncrisis, difficulty
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