Definition of "post-road" []

  • A road on which are stations where relays of post-horses can be obtained. (noun)
  • In the United States, any road, way, or street, including water-routes, over which the United States mail is carried. (noun)
  • In the United States, any road, way, or street, including water-routes, over which the United States mail is carried. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "post-road" in a sentence
  • "Johnson and Powers were unmatchable at the Planet Bike Cup USGP last week, but Anthony has another week of post-road season recoup in his legs and should go better than he did in Madison, Wisconsin, or Las Vegas."
  • "Duddingston, was for some time the common post-road betwixt Edinburgh and"
  • "Var, and a post-road made from Nice to Genoa, I am very confident that all those strangers who now pass the Alps in their way to and from Italy, would choose this road as infinitely more safe, commodious, and agreeable."