Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BY-STREETS

Esplanade, sands, and by-streets were swarming with passers to and fro.

He went with her, as she rapidly threaded her way through the by-streets.

For who that walks through the by-streets of any great city does not see?

Instead, however, of proceeding down the High Street, Iffley led the way down one of the by-streets to the right.

Just as we got into the Bowery Lane, a horseman was seen walking out of one of the by-streets, and coming our way.

In the by-streets I frequently found wooden barracks ready to fall.

They came from all the by-streets, running in breathless haste, shouting and hallooing and dancing with delight.

Gerard and the friar now came down, and threading some by-streets reached the portico of one of the seven churches.

They came from all the by-streets, running in breathless haste, shouting and hallooing, and dancing with delight.

Person after person warned us of the danger of being unarmed at night, at any rate in the by-streets.