A magic kingdom, if you will, but within driving distance of your cul-de-sac.
On the set, a hole was dug in the middle of a cul-de-sac, surrounded by dilapidated clay houses overlooking a shady canyon.
In other words, Todd Akin did not stumble his way into his cul-de-sac.
It stood on the strand near the cul-de-sac, a little distance from the Habitation.
Suppose this one that she had chosen at random terminated in a cul-de-sac?
That is possible; still I do not enter that cul-de-sac to-night unaccompanied save by you.
It was only at rare times that he ran his head into a cul-de-sac.
There was no outlet, for it was a cul-de-sac—a natural court—such as are often found among the amygdaloidal mountains of Mexico.
Stratton Street, a cul-de-sac, was built about 1693 by Lady Stratton.
Shut into a cul-de-sac, he could only go out as he had come, and that he could not do until he had the wind right aft.
cul-de-sac (kŭl'dĭ-sāk', kul'-)
n. pl. culs-de-sac (kŭlz'-, kulz'-) or cul-de-sacs
A saclike cavity or tube open only at one end.