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thoroughfare
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

2 uses
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Definition
a road — typically a main road, but potentially any road, path, or means of getting from one place to another
  • By means of the two windows looking into the street, Albert could see all that passed; the sight of what is going on is necessary to young men, who always want to see the world traverse their horizon, even if that horizon is only a public thoroughfare.
    Chapters 39-40 (3% in)
  • The street was laid out, a name was chosen and posted up on an iron plate, but before construction was begun, it occurred to the possessor of the property that a handsome sum might be obtained for the ground then devoted to fruits and vegetables, by building along the line of the proposed street, and so making it a branch of communication with the Faubourg Saint-Honore itself, one of the most important thoroughfares in the city of Paris.
    Chapters 51-52 (3% in)

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