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noun as in alley

noun as in artery

noun as in avenue

noun as in trail

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This acupoint, dubbed ST36, seemed to trigger a different nerve pathway than the abdominal stimulation—the famous vagus nerve, known for its role in dampening inflammation and pain.

Exchanging and blending with anything and everything, looking for new and better pathways through the vast landscape of Darwinian selection.

“There isn’t a great pathway forward that can take up the scale to reduce carbon emissions from gas,” Havey said.

Those pathways also inspired massive scientific and popular interest in metformin, hormones, intermittent fasting, and even the ketogenic diet.

Sometimes, they shove us, shaping the possibilities of existence and our individual pathways through life.

Will had mistakenly connected the pathway of infection in a hospital room with someone coughing or sneezing circulating in public.

Every year 14,000 vessels serve 1,7000 ports in 160 countries as they make their way through this Atlantic-to-Pacific pathway.

The pathway that RB is involved in is altered in 70 percent of human cancers—especially cancers in the brain.

The pathway to a powerful judgeship is more circuitous than to a State House or Congress.

The more you do something, the more available that pathway is, so you may be able to use your brain resources more effectively.

Only the petrol tins they took for water right and left of their pathway up the cliff; huge diamonds in the evening sun.

The fresh imprint of a tiger's paw upon the pathway gives the same sort of feel to the Indian herdsman.

Crossing the heath, her pathway lay near the spot where she had been found, clinging to the bosom of her dead mother.

The pathway led through a door in the great gateway, over which still hangs suspended the iron port-cullis.

Heaven's pathway stands unobstructed, which will lead us into a Paradise of bliss.


On this page you'll find 401 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pathway, such as: alleyway, lane, passageway, path, walk, and back street.

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