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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
path (noun)
1.
a trodden way
2.
a track specially constructed for a particular use
3.
a) - course route
b) a way of life, conduct, or thought
4.
a) the continuous series of positions or configurations that can be assumed in any motion or process of change by a moving or varying system
b) a sequence of arcs in a network that can be traced continuously without retracing any arc
5.
- pathway
path (abbreviation)
; - pathological pathology
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
path (noun)
1.
the direction along which something or someone moves
SYNONIMS:
course, line, pathway, route, routeway, steps, track, way
RELATED WORDS:
circle, circuit, loop, orbit; arc, flight path, trajectory; ascent, descent
path (noun)
2.
a rough course or way formed by or as if by repeated footsteps
SYNONIMS:
footpath, path, pathway, trace, track
RELATED WORDS:
bridle path; towpath; alley, alleyway, bypath, byroad, bystreet, byway, passageway, walkway; cutoff, shortcut; lane, pass, passage, road, roadway, route, row, run, runway, street, thoroughfare
path (noun)
3.
an established course for traveling from one place to another
SYNONIMS:
approach, avenue, path, route, way
RELATED WORDS:
bypath, byway, lane, laneway []; artery, boulevard, bypass, drive, expressway, freeway, high road, highway, pass, passageway, pike, road, roadway, routeway [], row, street, thoroughfare, turnpike; walk, walkway; trace, track, trail; airway; bikeway, cycleway []; channel, gat, watercourse, waterway; door, doorway, gate, gateway, hatch, portal
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