byroad

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by·road

 (bī′rōd′)
n.
See byway.

byroad

(ˈbaɪˌrəʊd)
n
a secondary or side road
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.byroad - a side road little traveled (as in the countryside)byroad - a side road little traveled (as in the countryside)
road, route - an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
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byroad

[ˈbaɪrəʊd] byway [ˈbaɪˌweɪ] nstrada secondaria
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At this moment one of those heavy wagons, drawn by bullocks, which carry the wood cut in the fine forests of the country to the ports of the Loire, came out of a byroad full of ruts and turned on that which the two horsemen were following.
"At Purfleet, on a byroad, I came across just such a place as seemed to be required, and where was displayed a dilapidated notice that the place was for sale.
"By a miracle, monsieur, I must acknowledge, with a sword thrust in my breast, and by nailing the Comte de Wardes on the byroad to Calais, like a butterfly on a tapestry."
But the road, even the byroad, was excellent; for Lowick, as we have seen, was not a parish of muddy lanes and poor tenants; and it was into Lowick parish that Fred and Rosamond entered after a couple of miles' riding.
Everyone is invited to it: the elite as well as those found on the byroads. But the invited refuse to come, and among those who attend is a person who does not wear the wedding garment provided by the king.
The third one is the fact that West Bank lands have been separated and isolated by Jewish colonies, byroads, roadblocks and the Apartheid Wall, apart from oppressive measures carried out by the Israeli army with daily arrests of young Palestinians.
In addition, as she might have found respite in storytelling from the alienation and the un-belongingness that the life of a carer entails--driving through England's deserted byroads from recovery centre to recovery centre, from donor to donor--her audience might also find comfort and entertainment during their journeys.
But a resilient Chennai, by now used to its December Date with Disaster - last year it was floods and now a cyclone - began repairing itself with help from the NDRF and SDRF teams deployed all over to clear the roads and byroads.
Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways covers over 35,000 miles of routes and cross-references the routes to allow for numerous itineraries and possibilities, making for an approach that goes beyond the usual documentation of roads and byroads to create a rich traveler's compendium of road trip ideas.
It is also planned to construct and reconstruct 1,800 km of roads of national highway, new byroads in Karshi, Qoqand, Tashkent, Bukhara, Gulistan, as well as to modernize roads of local use.
Thousands of policemen deployed around Al-Buraq Wall and the vicinity of the old town in Jerusalem, closing main streets and byroads to facilitate entrance of Israelis to the Buraq region.