Having, permitting, or indicating passage in four directions: a four-way intersection; a four-way stop signal. (adjective)
Having four participants or ingredients: a four-way teleconference; four-way chili. (adjective)
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Use "four-way" in a sentence
"In a four-way race that includes state Sen. Tim Cullen, he maintains a six-point edge against Mr. Obey and a 13-point lead over Ms. Falk."
"The ad also ran more than 200 times in Madison, Wisconsin, Detroit, Cleveland, and Roanoke, Virginia.12.41pm: The latest Reuters/Ipsos national poll of the Republican candidates finds a remarkably even four-way split in support."
""So when people are stealing my signs, it's hurtful, but I've dealt with worse," said Henderson, who is in a four-way delegate's race for three seats against three Democrats in the 25th District."