From this, again, I would go to the life of the streets and byways of the city.
And, you see, the guests for the feast of freedom must be sought for in byways and hedges.
You know nearly all the byways and blind alleys of this part of London.
What he should do was to go into the highways and byways, and compel people to come in.
But waste not your sympathy on the rest of us, for the byways have their own charm.
All the highways and byways that I tread have been sanctified by sacrifice.
She recked little of Government secrets and the byways of Imperial politics.
From Coxwold a series of byways will take them to the high-road at Brandsby.
Better that, than to be hunted in the byways and hovels of New York!
And it is time for us to conclude our present excursion, and to seek for other byways.