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

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It was the fault of your disordered brain that we wandered off on that bypath, but, thanks be to Heaven!

I craned my neck, uneasy at not being able to see the gate nor any part of the bypath.

My Little SisterElizabeth Robins

Presently he saw Tom gliding slowly along a bypath, and get over the gate into the lane.

The Parent's AssistantMaria Edgeworth

We will be explorers, though all the highways have their guideposts and every bypath is mapped.

Craftsmanship in TeachingWilliam Chandler Bagley

She had not long to wait, for Lewis came down the Avelin side by a bypath from Etterick village.

The Half-HeartedJohn Buchan

The next moment they all turned their horses into the bypath.

By a bypath this garde champetre came up, his sword tucked under his arm.

Tartarin of TarasconAlphonse Daudet

They bring the presentation of proof into a bypath so that the essential problem of evidence is left behind.

It may be by the high-road or the bypath; so long as it is truly recognised, bravely answered, all is well.

Browning's HeroinesEthel Colburn Mayne

I, too, am employed in a bypath of the publishing business, and try to bring to my tasks some small measure of honest idealism.

ShandygaffChristopher Morley

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