I s'pose you might call it a main street
, an' your aunt Sawyer lives on it, but there ain't no stores nor mills, an' it's an awful one-horse village
It thus occurred that one day the two girls, on their way to the main street
for an hour's shopping at the Villa de Paris and Variety Store, were stopped by Dick Mattingly a few yards from their house, with the remark that, as the county election was then in progress, it would be advisable for them to defer their intention for a few hours.
Early as it was, the main street
was no place for any but formal greetings, and Archer longed to be alone with May, and to pour out all his tenderness and his impatience.
Pickwick having paused to make these observations, to be noted down at a more convenient period, hastened to rejoin his friends, who had turned out of the main street
, and were already within sight of the field of battle.
He saw the old man asking questions of the black woman, and then he saw the latter point toward a secluded corner of the village which was hidden from the main street
by the tents of the Arabs and the huts of the natives in the direction of the tree beneath which the little girl played.
In the shadow of an archway nearly opposite, leading to one of the many passages which diverged from the main street
, there lingered one, who, having taken up his position when the twilight first came on, still maintained it with undiminished patience, and leaning against the wall with the manner of a person who had a long time to wait, and being well used to it was quite resigned, scarcely changed his attitude for the hour together.
Bert went with the Zeppelin's doctor into the main street
of the place, and they broke into a drug shop and obtained various things of which they stood in need.
With the young reporter at his side, he ventured in the light of day into Main Street
or strode up and down on the rick- ety front porch of his own house, talking excitedly.
In the main street
of Gibraltar we saw three red hairs lying on a wheel- barrow before a baker's door.
corso, of a carnival = the Corso, a main street
in Rome, at Carnival time}
As soon as she had turned out of the main street
, brightly lit and noisy with traffic, he caught her up.
As the Sawhorse drew the wagon into the main street
the travelers noticed that the place was filled with people, standing in groups and seeming to be engaged in earnest conversation.
Then the Soldier with the Green Whiskers led them through the inner gate and they at once found themselves in the main street
of the magnificent Emerald City.
They turned their backs on the beach and in the tiny main street
bought meat, vegetables, and half a dozen eggs.
Reuben Pitman, master, 50, single, Main Street