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

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Nine went mounted to the home of Mrs. Whitehead and six others went along a byway to the home of Henry Bryant.

Certainly the principle of selectivity is a byway of possibilities.

Artificial LightM. Luckiesh

Then Domini set out towards the garden, avoiding the village street, and taking a byway which skirted the desert.

The Garden Of AllahRobert Hichens

John Steele looked around; in a byway he saw the lighted window of a cheap oyster buffet.

Half A ChanceFrederic S. Isham

He says nothing, therefore; but, bending to his oars, pulls on up the byway.

Gwen WynnMayne Reid

Mr. Bangs rode along every highway and byway, day after day, not missing a trick.

The wild enthusiasm, the strange unusual cries, went echoing to the sky and reverberating down every street and byway.

Near these turns north a byway to the Church of Chaldon, lying a mile or so behind our route.

SurreyA.R. Hope Moncrieff

It is a vile road, and I must take the byway through the forest.

The Golden DogWilliam Kirby

Van Dorn touched his horses and entered the dense woods in a byway to the north.

The Entailed HatGeorge Alfred Townsend

WORDS RELATED TO BYWAY

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