milestone

[ mahyl-stohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF milestone

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MILESTONE

A few minutes later we found poor Villaret seated on a milestone.

Ten minutes beyond Soof we had a Roman milestone lying at our feet.

He sat down on the first milestone in the road, and meditated with his head in his hands.

There is a rugged circular font, and what is supposed to be a Roman milestone.

She sat in the carridge as silent as a milestone, and as madd as a march Air.

She saw the milestone, then a heap of loose stones, and beyond them a ditch.

And here, dear readers, we leave Peggy Saville at a milestone of her life.

It's the first time you've been away from me and I can't but feel it's a sort of milestone.

Abreast of the milestone, but without stopping, Alden whistled softly.

Milestone after milestone glided by; the carriage was not visible.

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