eastbound

[ UK /ˈiːstba‍ʊnd/ ]
[ US /ˈistˌbaʊnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. moving toward the east
    eastbound trains
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How To Use eastbound In A Sentence

  • A 2007 Nissan Sentra was traveling west on W.Va. 9 and a 2009 Toyota Yaris traveling eastbound struck it in what police described as a sideswipe manner, causing the Toyota to run over an embankment, rolling onto its side against a tree. The Journal
  • Motorists wanting to cross from the westbound carriageway to the eastbound side were diverted to Tadcaster, where they were meant to use an existing flyover.
  • A Nissan Micra came screeching off the eastbound carriageway, narrowly missed their patrol car, and rolled up the bank into a field.
  • In order to link the city to its eastern industrial and domestic markets, entrepreneurs built eastbound canals.
  • One eastbound lane was closed from November 29 to January 10 while work to remove the tidal flow was undertaken.
  • The Highways Agency only recently ruled out any extra lanes on the eastbound contraflow when work resumes on the project in the New Year and the westbound carriageway is closed.
  • Lane three of the eastbound carriageway was closed while police towed away the white van.
  • But there were delays too on the eastbound carriageway as a result of drivers rubbernecking, which saw vehicles slowing down so their occupants could take a look at the accident scene rather than continuing to drive on.
  • Two lanes of the eastbound carriageway also had to be closed because of debris and to allow access for the emergency services.
  • I pulled out into the eastbound lane of Route 2.
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