ropewalk

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rope +‎ walk

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ropewalk (plural ropewalks)

  1. A place where rope is made, a rope factory.
  2. A long straight narrow lane, or a covered pathway, where long strands of material were laid before being twisted into rope.
  3. Any narrow walkway that has rope handrails.

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