Figures were moving in the twilight, along the roads and bypaths.
He wanders into the bypaths of association because the bypaths are delightful.
I left my horse in a wood, and my peasant guided me by bypaths to the town.
John and Edith came to a pool, after wandering through the bypaths of the forest, far below the other two.
And avoiding the streets, I wandered along by bypaths, till I reached the river bank.
They "make men stumble out of their ways, out of the ancient paths, to walk in bypaths, in a way not cast up."
They said Osman was riding with the Khalifa, showing him the tracks and bypaths, with all of which he was familiar.
He cared not for highlands or bypaths—hedges and ditches offered small impediments.
Expressions of regret have reached me that Bypaths in Dixie does not open with a tribute in verse to old Mammy.
The cry spread; it ran up and down the roads and bypaths; it became a magic sentence restoring courage throughout all France.