Definition of "raceway" [raceway]

  • A course or track for racing, especially harness racing. (noun)
  • A tube that encloses and protects electric wires. (noun)
  • See race2. (noun)

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Use "raceway" in a sentence
  • "The PGP raceway is a competitive go-kart track that Daab says reminds him of the Zolder, Belgium, course."
  • "The two pick up trucks, a 1995 Ford F-150 and a 1971 Ford F-100, are currently delivered to Top Gun Raceway for each racing event to be used by the Fallon / Churchill Volunteer Fire Department for emergency use at the raceway, which is owned by the county."
  • "He also will oversee the construction of a pedestrian bridge over the "raceway" portion of the nursery that leads into the Lehigh Parkway so that visitors will not have to walk onto the precarious berm of Fish Hatchery Road to make their way into the parkway."