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back road

noun as in non-main road

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Plus, by taking bike paths and back roads, I largely avoid traffic lights.

If you’ve got more than a day, tack on the 143-mile Smoky Mountain Loop for even more fun along Tennessee’s winding back roads.

In college, I used to love going for drives and getting lost on purpose, venturing into a landscape I hardly knew, awed by hollows covered in kudzu and rolling North Carolina back roads.

I thought we’d fumble around a series of back roads until we ran out of gas or I started crying, but instead we actually all had fun.

He told his siblings about driving down back roads in rural Georgia and seeing someone hanged from a tree.

Haryopratomo spoke of a woman he met while riding his motorcycle on a back road in rural Indonesia.

Our beach path was impassable, we found another way on the back road.

The road is what is called a "back road," and leads through woods most of the way.

Through taking the back road, I was so fortunate as to meet nobody, and arrived there uninterrupted.

So it was this young lady that we saw coming tearing down the back road, as they called it, that led over the Pretty Plain.

I drove way round the other way, up the back road, and unloaded him at Henry's house.

Instead of walking through Deerbrook, she took a back road homewards, and drew down her veil.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to back road, such as: alley, alleyway, back street, country road, and side street.

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