A navigable body of water, such as a river, channel, or canal.(noun)
A channel at the edge of a ship's deck to drain away water.(noun)
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Use "waterway" in a sentence
"Situated at the big bay end of the waterway is the beach house where the television program, McHale's Navy, was filmed."
"• Navigability determines whether a waterway is public or private."
"• A waterway is navigable if it has a bed and banks and it is possible to float a canoe or other small craft at sometime of the year — even if only during spring floods."