interurban

[ in-ter-ur-buh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interurban

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The interurban is bringing a lot more business to Montgomery.

All the other towns, Guests, Fillmore—all the rest of them—are on the railroad or interurban.

This is now occupied by the interurban railway as their depot.

In other words, why should Holtville be the terminal of the Holtville interurban?

The automobile is being overhauled so we came on the interurban.

So we went to where the interurban comes in and I was seven men short.

They chartered an interurban train for the run to and from the Institute.

We are only about twenty miles from Oakwood now and right near an interurban car line.

True it is that since then the country has passed through the age of the interurban trolley as well as that of the automobile.

Interurban electric railways are being built very rapidly and their advantage to the farmer is obvious.

WORD ORIGIN

1883, from inter- + urban.

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