Thesaurus / wayside
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They would even come out and seat themselves on the point of a steep rock by the wayside.

A long bend in the river took it so close to the road that the yard of a wayside inn ran right down to the water.

The Yeoman AdventurerGeorge W. Gough

But one blustering day, the wind carried a seed from the wayside weed into a florist's garden; it sprouted, rooted and bloomed.

"You were painting, in the lane by the wayside," said the girl, suggestively.

The Tree of KnowledgeMrs. Baillie Reynolds

The way to Laracor then lies along a flattish country, with a few huts here and there by the wayside.

Near them were their sisters (that is, if we all belong to the same human family), who had fallen by the wayside.

It is a popular error to imagine that the State owns all the forests of France and even the wayside trees.

FranceGordon Cochrane Home

Instantly by the wayside appeared a spring of cool sparkling water and it was all Log could do to reach it before his fellows.

Mighty MikkoParker Fillmore

This they post on a tree by the wayside in order that other lordlings may organize similar parties to confront them.

Life on a Mediaeval BaronyWilliam Stearns Davis

With a voice which cut like a knife he ordered the guard to escort us to a wayside inn.


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