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direct route

adverb as in as the crow flies

noun as in high road

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Example Sentences

Though I can get cheaper gas by driving slightly out of my way home, I usually pay more at the place on the direct route.

The equivalent of that nerve— the most direct route to its end organ—is to go south of the equivalent of the artery.

So the most direct route from the brain to the larynx was now not south of that artery.

Since we want power, we have to try the more direct route again: violence.

Indeed, the debt ceiling provides a direct route from political deadlock to economic weakness.

He held the car to a hurry-home pace that was well within the law, and worked into the direct route to Hayward.

The set purpose in Seth's mind was apparent by the fact that he took the most direct route to the Rue Valette.

In the morning the weather was clearer, and we saw that it was impossible to reach Gaussberg by a direct route.

There was a more direct route to the track and from there to the small railroad station.

In coming to this river I took the direct route, albeit my only guide was an ancient Indian trail.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to direct route, such as: beeline, in the direction of, most direct route, shortest route, straight, and straight as an arrow.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.