layover

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n layover a brief stay in the course of a journey "they made a stopover to visit their friends"
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Usage

In literature:

It was just after their layover at Rockton when a messenger had come from the assistant superintendent to the roundhouse.
"Ralph, the Train Dispatcher" by Allen Chapman
The layover on Mars was short, and the thrill was no longer new.
"Luna Escapade" by H. B. Fyfe
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In news:

Mushers Tout Hospitality, Strategy of Takotna Layover.
For the Magna Carta, an Extended Layover.
Travel Q&A: A Layover in Amsterdam, Driving in Costa Rica.
My husband and I will have a six-hour layover at the Amsterdam airport.
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Iditarod Leaders Settle In for Layover.
Tune in to "The Layover", Premiering Tonight.
Iditarod Mushers Reach Ophir as Field Takes Takotna Layover.
Travel Q&A: What can I do in Boston on a 24-hour layover .
For the Magna Carta , an Extended Layover.
36-hour layover offers much-needed rest, recuperation for Yukon Quest mushers, dog teams.
Bus Drivers Join Neighbors in Protesting Woodlawn's Stinky New TriMet Layover.
The ACC's place in the BCS standings right now is like having a layover in New Orleans -- you're close enough to see it, but not there long enough to actually enjoy the party.
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