Synonyms for byroad
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BYROAD
The route of the column was by a byroad, between Doue and Montreuil.
Coming up unexpectedly by a byroad, they captured all the National pickets except one, who gave the alarm and ran into the camp.
Of course, I didn't come through the camp of the 200th Ind., but modestly sought a byroad which Mrs. Bolster had put me onto.
Power raced alongside, and the two struck into a byroad leading to Bellevue Avenue.
The party stopped at a small tavern on a byroad in Virginia, to rest the horses.
The conspirators did not meet at the inn itself, but in the castellated manor house just across the byroad.
Nostrils to earth, he found that a man had left this path for the byroad not ten minutes earlier.
Venn made a farewell obeisance, and walked back to his former position, where the byroad from Mistover joined the highway.
Bab's eyes lighted as the motor, turning out of the drive, headed down a byroad that led along the garden's side.
We slipped into a byroad, left the car, and walked across country to a half-grown copse under the shadow of Beaurevoir.