Thesaurus / short cut
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Another path from the end of the bridge leads to the left; this is a short cut to the Cañon Hotel.
YOUR NATIONAL PARKSENOS A. MILLS
There is no short cut to the making of these ideals into glad realities.
But already Larry had taken his leave, and she could see him as he flitted across the bog to catch her by some short cut.
LORD KILGOBBINCHARLES LEVER
He will not take a short cut when walking, and he has never come to my house except on business.
"Let us take the short cut," suggested Jack, as he pushed across the fields.
YOUNG CAPTAIN JACKHORATIO ALGER AND ARTHUR M. WINFIELD
Taking a short cut, they came out on the bluff just above the cave.
"I'm going to take a short cut to General Bean's brigade and get him word of the chance he has to end things right now," he cried.
Those who hope for a sure "short cut" will be disappointed, for none such exists.
MEMORYWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
Sergeant McKay took a short cut down the steep steps, and soon regained the Waterport.
At nine o'clock, leaving his bundle in a hollow tree, he set off toward the Hall, taking a short cut across the fields.
IN CLIVE'S COMMANDHERBERT STRANG

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