pathway[ path-wey, pahth- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pathway
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PATHWAY
They quite blocked the pathway, oblivious to everything but their outraged feelings.
The world seemed to be making a pathway, of rather a highway, to Pee-wee's door.
Here is a wooden gate which opens on a pathway leading to the house.'
The wayfarer, Perceiving the pathway to truth, Was struck with astonishment.
Then Gor followed the Pathway to the Light, though he sealed it as you know.
Their great room, where the Pathway to the Light begins, was deserted.
By this pathway mankind is to travel, whithersoever it leads.
In front of her in the pathway stood a youth about eighteen years of age.
After skirting the covert, she turned homewards by a pathway through the trees.
Its taking is pregnant with wide changes in the pathway of future civilization.