They sat around on the fence, or on the logs dumped down by the wayside.
You had your time of weakness, perhaps all men have that; you fell by the wayside.
A black jack of ale and the heel of a loaf at a wayside inn were all my refreshments.
I found a man dying by the wayside, too weak to move, too blind to see.
And when they came to a gate they sat down in the grass by the wayside.
The people at the wayside stations are all well-dressed and well-shod.
Several others did the same, while more tried but “fell by the wayside.”
At last he came to some cows by the wayside, and a man tending them.
It was no easy task he had set himself, but he did not falter by the wayside.
She seated herself, as one in a maze, on a log by the wayside.