1. stone post at side of a road to show distances
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How To Use milepost In A Sentence

  • Thanks to them I found out the exact milepost of the point where electric locomotives would be exchanged for steam ones back in the early 1900s, when many long distance trains ran through the Mount-Royal tunnel.
  • While he's busy setting records, the passing mileposts of his career mean little right now to the 22-year-old world-beater.
  • Please note that it means a lot of things more than just a milepost or marker. Hito
  • For a country that has been changing prime ministers yearly and consuming its own with nasty political infighting, the resignation is one more dreary milepost on a road to apparent ungovernability. The real scandal in the resignation of Japan's foreign minister
  • While venerating an iron milepost we were persuaded by a couple of local ladies to try the pub.
  • First, there was something unusual about some of the mileposts along the highway.
  • To cap off Lula's presidency, Rio de Janeiro last year was awarded the 2016 Olympics, which many Brazilians saw as a milepost. Rousseff is Brazil's first female president
  • Stuart now studies old Ordnance Survey maps, which mark the location of milestones with the letters MS, or MP for milepost.
  • Perhaps the most significant milepost came just after the First World War, when Suzanne Lenglen won everything going in tennis.
  • Tonight is the Mariners' 154th game, a significant milepost in Ichiro's pursuit of Sisler's hits record set in 1920.
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