wayside
noun Date: 15th century the side of or land adjacent to a road or path • wayside adjective

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  • Wayside — Titre original Wayside Genre Série d animation Pays d’origine  États Unis …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Wayside — Way side , a. Of or pertaining to the wayside; as, wayside flowers. A wayside inn. Longfellow. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Wayside — may refer to: * Wayside (TV series), a children s television series *Wayside, a word for the trackside in rail terminology * Wayobjects, trackside objects * Wayside (band), an early version of As Friends Rust …   Wikipedia

  • wayside — ► NOUN ▪ the edge of a road. ● fall by the wayside Cf. ↑fall by the wayside …   English terms dictionary

  • wayside — the side of the road, c.1400, from WAY (Cf. way) + SIDE (Cf. side). To fall by the wayside is from Luke viii:5 …   Etymology dictionary

  • wayside — [wā′sīd΄] n. the edge of a road; area close to the side of a road adj. on, near, or along the side of a road go by the wayside to be put aside, shelved, or discarded …   English World dictionary

  • Wayside — Way side , n. The side of the way; the edge or border of a road or path. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Wayside — Wayside …   Википедия

  • wayside — [[t]we͟ɪsaɪd[/t]] waysides 1) N COUNT: usu the N in sing The wayside is the side of the road. [LITERARY] ...groups of men playing cards by lamplight at the wayside. ...a wayside drinking fountain. Syn: roadside 2) PHRASE: V inflects If a person… …   English dictionary

  • wayside — /ˈweɪsaɪd / (say waysuyd) noun 1. the side of the way; the border or edge of the road or highway. –adjective 2. being, situated, or found at or along the wayside: *it seemed to me that the boss was too fond of going into wayside shanties and town …   Australian English dictionary

  • wayside — /way suyd /, n. 1. the side of the way; land immediately adjacent to a road, highway, path, etc.; roadside. adj. 2. being, situated, or found at or along the wayside: a wayside inn. [1350 1400; ME; see WAY1, SIDE1] * * * …   Universalium

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