n. (plural of culvert English)
Usage examples of "culverts".
At the same time they destroyed a couple of culverts and tore up three hundred yards of the permanent way.
It was amazing to note the shattered culverts as one passed, and yet to be overtaken by trains within a day.
There were sections of the sewer in which light filtered down from above, through culverts, gratings, broken street stones, and other interstices.
During the day there were places in the sewer where illumination filtered down from above, tunnels close to the surface where culverts had broken through, others below streets where missing stones or open drains admitted daylight.