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Synonyms for bridge

Synonyms for bridge

a circuit consisting of two branches (4 arms arranged in a diamond configuration) across which a meter is connected

something resembling a bridge in form or function

a wooden support that holds the strings up

a denture anchored to teeth on either side of missing teeth

the link between two lenses

an upper deck where a ship is steered and the captain stands

connect or reduce the distance between

make a bridge across

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This road leads through a sandy hollow shaded by trees for about a quarter of a mile, where it crosses the bridge famous in goblin story; and just beyond swells the green knoll on which stands the whitewashed church.
The bridge is broken in the middle, and part of it is carried away; if you come on you'll be into the river.
Gub-Gub was a bit scared, walking on such a narrow bridge at that dizzy height above the river.
He made all haste across the bridge of clouds, and told the Fairy that her commands were obeyed.
In the midst of that hell, a column of soldiers was forcing its way to the bridge, between two hedges of dead bodies.
But they can't prevent me from thinking that it would be more natural for us to cross the bridge on foot, and let the train come after
The Adjutant half turned his head, sheered a little in the direction of the voice, and landed stiffly on the sand-bar below the bridge.
The old gentleman now took him by the arm, and led him more into the shade of the bridge -- a few paces back from the turnstile.
Midway up the slope between the bridge and fort were the spectators -- a single company of infantry in line, at "parade rest," the butts of their rifles on the ground, the barrels inclining slightly backward against the right shoulder, the hands crossed upon the stock.
His posture prevented much being seen of him, but as he neared the bridge he stood up in the boat and turned round.
Soon, however, they came to a little brook, and as there was no bridge or foot-plank, they did not know how they were to get over it.
The Bridge of Sighs, of course--and next the Church and the Great Square of St.
Paris remained for many centuries in its island state, with two bridges, one on the north, the other on the south; and two bridge heads, which were at the same time its gates and its fortresses,--the Grand-Châtelet on the right bank, the Petit-Châtelet on the left.
At midday the Russian baggage train, the artillery, and columns of troops were defiling through the town of Enns on both sides of the bridge.
Now Guph had heard, during his long lifetime, many tales of these dreaded Phanfasms; so he had heard of this barrier of melted lava, and also he had been told that there was a narrow bridge that spanned it in one place.