Underground Railway

NOUN
  1. secret aid to escaping slaves that was provided by abolitionists in the years before the American Civil War
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How To Use Underground Railway In A Sentence

  • The new underground railway will facilitate the journey to all parts of the city.
  • It was the first underground railway anywhere. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Glasgow underground railway system like the London underground counterpart has some very strange and totally unexplained events.
  • Bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu covers himself with bees yesterday in Daegu, south of Seoul, to mark a new underground railway in the town. Photo caption of the day
  • He was a frequent contributor to the journal, having over a dozen articles published in it, mostly on over-ground or underground railways, his last piece being published as recently as 2000.
  • A good example of this is the map of an underground railway system or metro.
  • The new underground railway will facilitate the journey to all parts of the city.
  • Cuming claimed that ‘the forthcoming end of the world would be hastened by the construction of underground railways burrowing into the infernal regions and thereby disturbing the devil’.
  • Electric traction was commercially applied first on suburban and metropolitan lines, but was quickly adopted for underground railways.
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