sidepath

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sidepath

(ˈsaɪdˌpɑːθ)
n
a minor path
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Soon they reached a side path, and down this the little dog fairly flew, only to come back at once, whining and barking.
Back and forth, back and forth, between Pollyanna and the side path he vibrated, barking and whining pitifully.
Straight ahead, now, the little dog dashed madly; and it was not long before Pollyanna came upon the reason for it all: a man lying motionless at the foot of a steep, overhanging mass of rock a few yards from the side path.
The music thing turned silently away and trotted down a side path, toward a distant Munchkin village.
But the creatures led their captives away from the rocks and the road, down the hill by a side path until they came before a low mountain of rock that looked like a huge bowl turned upside down.
However, I will not be hard upon you, as you are in trouble.' Then he took the string in his hand, and drove off the pig by a side path; while Hans went on the way homewards free from care.
"Perhaps they know us!" and he hurriedly turned off, drawing her after him into a side path.
There were two figures walking in a side path; one was rather short and stout; the other tall and slim.
Cattle on this side path. He was surely not gored by a bull.
A wild whoop proclaimed the fact, and upright we tore at top speed through the last ten yards of grass, while the black rushed down one of the side paths, gaining audibly on us over the better ground.
And in fact she had not proceeded more than a league before she saw him hastening along one of the side paths of a very pretty road by the river.
Mrs Grewal was walking west on the north side path with her husband and sister-in-law as a woman edged out into the road in a Ford Fiesta at the junction with Fountain Row.