byway[ bahy-wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF byway
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BYWAY
One evening, in a byway where he was watching for her, Margot at last raised her hand.
Robbie had turned into a byway that bore the name of King's Arms Lane.
It meant that he knew every trail and byway for miles about Temple Camp.
The street might have been a byway in old Pompeii for all the life that moved within it.
It is a vile road, and I must take the byway through the forest.
From every farm and byway came men to have a word with the superintendent.
And presently he slipped out by a byway into the street again, among the savages.
Mr. Bangs rode along every highway and byway, day after day, not missing a trick.
The cabin of the Reverdys stood on a byway beyond the Gillespies.
The lawyer turned into a byway which carried him through the Ghetto.