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See definition of milepost on Dictionary.com
  • as inlandmark
  • as inlandmark
  • as inmilestone
  • as inoccasion

synonyms for milepost

  • milestone
  • watershed
  • crisis
  • event
  • stage
  • waypost
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How to use milepost in a sentence

The easier access is via Paria River Valley Scenic Backway, a rough dirt road leading north from US-89 at milepost 31, and then walking a short sandy trail and crossing the river.
THE MOST ADVENTUROUS GHOST TOWNS TO EXPLORE ACROSS THE U.S.AWISESEPTEMBER 24, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Even in a season such as this, a time for drift and going with the flow, it can be useful to search out landmarks to mark the passage of the days, and Monday seemed to be one of those mileposts.
MONDAY WAS A SUMMER LANDMARK: THE LAST SUNRISE BEFORE 6:30 A.M.MARTIN WEILAUGUST 24, 2021WASHINGTON POST
For many of us at Ars, the big mileposts were abstract—things that happened to other people or society as a whole as we continued to work from home.
THE MOMENTS WE REALIZED THE PANDEMIC WOULD CHANGE EVERYTHINGJOHN TIMMERMARCH 12, 2021ARS TECHNICA
The incident occurred at milepost 249, just north of Harrisonburg.
I-81 CLOSED NEAR HARRISONBURG AFTER TRUCK STRIKES OVERPASSDANA HEDGPETHNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It marks a white milepost in the onward and upward march of Freedom.
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF THE GREAT - VOLUME 12ELBERT HUBBARD
Close to the line was a milepost indicating that a certain Dutch town was two miles west.
WORLD'S WAR EVENTS, VOL. IIVARIOUS
I asked him to indicate what in his opinion would be the next great milepost of Smuts' progress.
AN AFRICAN ADVENTUREISAAC F. MARCOSSON
It is the milepost between the time that was and the time that is, that flask, and to it we owe the single standard of drinking.
NONSENSEORSHIPG. G. PUTNAM AND OTHERS
I am sure no man of brilliant mind can pass this milepost and not hitch his team and do some precious loading.
PHILOSOPHY OF OSTEOPATHYANDREW T. STILL
Each major step was a milepost in the developing unity, strength and resolute will of the free nations.
STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES OF HARRY S. TRUMANHARRY S. TRUMAN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO MILEPOST

  • crisis
  • event
  • milepost
  • milestone
  • stage
  • watershed
  • waypost
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.