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Another word for cul-de-sac

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Noun
  1. A course leading nowhere

      1. An end of a passage, especially a street, that affords no exit.
      2. A street or road affording no exit.
      3. A situation from which there seems no way to escape, move forward, etc.; an impasse
      1. Any undertaking, idea, etc. that leads to nothing
      2. A mistaken, unproductive undertaking.
      3. An alley or passage that is closed at one end.
    See also:

    open

Another word for cul-de-sac

Noun
      1. (Historical) In England, the gradual process by which communal land was divided into privately owned parcels enclosed by hedges and fences
      2. Something enclosed:
      3. The state of being enclosed.
      1. A person who, while appearing to act out of self-interest, really acts on behalf of another
      2. Something intended to conceal the true nature, especially of an activity; a subterfuge.
      3. Blind people considered as a group. Used with the:
      1. A situation that is so difficult that no progress can be made; a deadlock or a stalemate:
      2. A situation offering no escape, as a difficulty without solution, an argument where no agreement is possible, etc.
      3. A passage open only at one end; blind alley
      1. Any undertaking, idea, etc. that leads to nothing
      2. A mistaken, unproductive undertaking.
      3. An alley or passage that is closed at one end.
      1. An end of a passage, especially a street, that affords no exit.
      2. A situation from which there seems no way to escape, move forward, etc.; an impasse
      3. A situation or subject that allows for no progress or development.
    See also:

    trap

    street