embankment

[ em-bangk-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF embankment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBANKMENT

Do you remember that night on the Embankment when we were both so scared of getting married?

There was a crowd on the embankment by the corner of the Ripetta bridge.

Katherine watched them as they crossed the street and turned on to the Embankment.

I think—I think I'll take a walk on the Embankment—by myself.

The others had barely got beyond the embankment, when they were swept away.

The embankment being completed, the animals construct their lodges.

I'd been walking up and down the Embankment for about three hours.

On the end of this embankment was a small wooden lighthouse.

Tom rested it on the embankment and looked towards the house.

The morning promised to be fair, and she decided to walk by way of the Embankment.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EMBANKMENT

harbor

nounplace for storing boats in the water
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