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interstate

See definition of interstate on Dictionary.com
  • as innational
  • as inturnpike
  • as intoll road
  • as inexpressway
  • as infreeway
  • as inhighway

synonyms for interstate

  • civil
  • communal
  • domestic
  • ethnic
  • governmental
  • internal
  • nationwide
  • public
  • social
  • federal
  • general
  • home
  • imperial
  • native
  • royal
  • sovereign
  • state
  • sweeping
  • vernacular
  • countrywide
  • government civic
  • inland
  • politic
  • political
  • societal
  • widespread
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antonyms for interstate

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  • private
  • local
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          The city is in northwest Louisiana, two interstates and five and a half hours from New Orleans.
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          My first job at that time was as a waitress at a Waffle House on the side of the interstate.
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          Both vehicles were struck by a Ram pickup truck traveling on the ramp to reach the interstate.
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          Jennifer McCord, spokeswoman for the Virginia Department of Transportation, said the agency focused on interstates and primary roads Sunday.
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          So, after a few reflective moments, Franklin pulled the U-Haul back onto the interstate and told himself he had done what’s right.
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          Transurban operates more than 50 miles of express lanes on interstates 95 and 395, as well as the Capital Beltway.
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          Airlines may still require proof of a rabies vaccination, as is required for the interstate transportation of any dog.
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          States control the highways, interstates, and tolling infrastructure commonly through collaboration with service providers.
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          The later construction of the interstate highway system reinforced Dallas’s status as a major transportation hub.
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          At the Purdue SMART Lab, our team is also testing novel sensors that monitor transportation infrastructure by embedding them in several Indiana interstate highways.
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          WORDS RELATED TO INTERSTATE

          • freeway
          • interstate
          • parkway
          • superhighway
          • thruway
          • turnpike
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