drainage ditch

NOUN
  1. a ditch for carrying off excess water or sewage
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How To Use drainage ditch In A Sentence

  • There are also plans to dig a culvert to carry water if the drainage ditch is full but he doubted there was enough room to dig one within the width of the road.
  • There are freshly cut drainage ditches to the left and right. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are freshly cut drainage ditches to the left and right. Times, Sunday Times
  • Frogs and toads croak out a strange mating ritual in a concrete drainage ditch.
  • When I was a kid (forty years ago) I literally picked up a hen and drake mallard from a drainage ditch in then remote Western Montana. ASA Calls for Action Against Proposed Washington Lead Ban
  • There are freshly cut drainage ditches to the left and right. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are freshly cut drainage ditches to the left and right. Times, Sunday Times
  • They tended their fields and repaired the drainage ditches which had been destroyed by avalanches. Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons
  • They tended their fields and repaired the drainage ditches which had been destroyed by avalanches. Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons
  • On top of that, a city official tells CNN, Houston streets are designed to be what he calls retention ponds, places to hold water when drainage ditches and channels overflow so that homes and other buildings won't get flooded. CNN Transcript Sep 22, 2005
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