truck stop

  1. a roadside service station (and restaurant) that caters to truck drivers
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How To Use truck stop In A Sentence

  • I often went dancing with my parents and their friends on Saturday nights and we'd wind up at the local truck stop or in someone's kitchen at 2 or 3 o'clock in the morning chowing down.
  • a laundry truck stops by every week
  • I suddenly get a mental image of him pulling out of a Arizona truck stop and burning away down the open highway.
  • The Roadking truck stop marks the next leg of the journey as you head south on Barlow Trail though more industrial parks until coming to Glenmore Trail.
  • This used to be a depressed, grim farming town, with nothing on offer for the weary traveller - just a lone truck stop and a café.
  • The truck stopped and then backed up.
  • Before long, they were recognized at a truck stop by an alert police sergeant in Indiana.
  • He's the gender-bending ex-truck stop hustler whose autobiographical novel made him a cult celebrity while he was still in his teens.
  • Other potential sales: the company's 9% stake in its oil sands venture Syncrude and its 50% ownership in the Flying J truck stop chain.
  • Perhaps the council is intending to build purpose made truck stops on the outskirts of the towns if they implement these bans.
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