Driveway in a sentence as a noun

Park on a parkway and drive on a driveway.

Don't buy things because they look cool on your wall, or in your driveway, or in your kitchen.

One morning about 7 AM I hard footsteps and a bike being wheeled down my driveway.

For one, I'd rather have the Cadillac parked on my driveway than the Porsche.

The kids entertained themselves by throwing rocks at the neighbor's car in her driveway.

He had a team of gardeners, fountains, a gilded mailbox, and some pretty nice carS in the driveway.

It was a shared driveway with my neighbor, and he was also a biker, so I figured he was just heading out early.

But if the world changed tomorrow and all the tech jobs moved to NYC, you'd probably still find me turning left out of my driveway like I always have.

Sure he can afford to purchase it, but as soon as he needs to replace the $4,000 clutch, he's going to go broke or have a broken, rotting vehicle stuck in his driveway.

It's nice getting off of work and playing basketball out in your driveway, then enjoying a beer with all of your neighbors outside as it turns from dusk to dark.

Physical goods are subject to scarcity as a consequence of physical law; a car acn't be in my driveway and your driveway at the same time.

Why not own one that sits in my driveway, so I don't have to wait for it?There are plenty of great reasons to want to own a self driving vehicle, instead of renting them.

Bollocks to that; we were being allowed to actually live, not to suffocate silently in the cul-de-sac at the end of the driveway in that neighbourhood that's a "nice place to raise kids", and with all the soul of a funeral parlour.

Driveway definitions


a road leading up to a private house; "they parked in the driveway"

See also: drive