segway

[seg-wey]
verb, noun
a frequent misspelling of segue.
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Segway
trademark name (Segway Inc., Bedford, New Hampshire, U.S.), in use from 2001; according to the company, chosen for similarity to segue on notion of "a smooth transition from one place to another."
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Example sentences
Segway is trying to reinvent urban transportation--again.
The segway was a decent idea, but it lacked protection from the elements.
The actual sightseeing lasts for approximately one hour after tourists receive their segway training.
Find tranquility in a day at the beach, ride a segway, or wind your way by kayak through the marshy expanse.
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