roadside


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edge of a way or road or path

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When they took leave of each other by the roadside, Raoul, pressing a kiss on Christine's trembling hand, said:
By the roadside there chanced to be an old beggar woman and two little beggar-children, stragglers from some far-off region, who, as the carriage rolled onward, held out their hands and lifted up their doleful voices, most piteously beseeching charity.
Meanwhile he was under the fatal necessity of being very kind to this ogre, and of providing a large breakfast for him when they stopped at a roadside inn.
No rain had fallen for the last three or four days, and the weather was perfect for that time of the year: there was less dust than usual on the dark-green hedge-rows and on the wild camomile that starred the roadside, yet the grass was dry enough for the little children to roll on it, and there was no cloud but a long dash of light, downy ripple, high, high up in the far-off blue sky.
I was out this morning, and on the edge of the small wood, I came upon the body of a child by the roadside.
At noon they sat down by the roadside, near a little brook, and Dorothy opened her basket and got out some bread.
After he had travelled a little way, he spied a dog lying by the roadside and panting as if he were tired.
When he was gone Durbeyfield walked a few steps in a profound reverie, and then sat down upon the grassy bank by the roadside, depositing his basket before him.
I have known him to gather up a handful of pebbles by the roadside, and bring them on board ship and label them as coming from twenty celebrated localities five hundred miles apart.
So saying, he threw aside the rose that he had been holding all this time, thrust his sword back into the scabbard, and, with a more hasty step than he had yet used, stepped to the roadside where grew the little clump of ground oaks Robin had spoken of.
shouted Denisov, who had settled down by the roadside with a flask and some food.
Fairly satisfied that he had escaped -- for a time, at least -- being turned into a marble statue, the boy stopped his companion and seated himself upon a rock by the roadside.
It stood close to the roadside and over the door was a sign that read: "Miss Foolish Owl and Mr.
As they sat on the grass by the roadside the shaggy man cut up the turkey with his pocket-knife and passed slices of it around.
A WALNUT TREE standing by the roadside bore an abundant crop of fruit.