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cul de sac

Noun1.cul de sac - a passage with access only at one end
Synonyms: cul, dead end
2.cul de sac - a street with only one way in or out

CUL DE SAC. This is a French phrase, which signifies, literally, the bottom of a bag, and, figuratively, a street not open at both ends. It seems not to be settled whether a cul de sac is to be considered a highway. See 1 Campb. R. 260; 11 East, R. 376, note; 5 Taunt. R. 137; 5 B. & Ald. 456; Hawk. P. C. b. 1, c. 76, s. 1 Dig. lib. 50, tit. 16, l. 43; Dig. lib. 43, t. 12, 1. Sec. 13; Dig. lib. 47, tit. 10, 1. 15, Sec. 7.

cul, dead end, passage
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