trackway

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Etymology[edit]

track +‎ way

Noun[edit]

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trackway (plural trackways)

  1. A set of footprints left in soft ground by a human or animal, especially if fossilized.
  2. Any of two or more narrow paths, of steel, smooth stone, or similar, laid in a public roadway otherwise formed of an inferior pavement, such as cobblestones, to provide an easy way for wheeled vehicles.