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street

1. 
a. a public road that is usually lined with buildings, esp in a town
b. (as modifier): a street directory
2. the buildings lining a street
3. the part of the road between the pavements, used by vehicles

Street

A paved way on which vehicles travel and park.

street

[strēt]
(civil engineering)
A paved road for vehicular traffic in an urban area.

street

A public thoroughfare, usually paved, including all area within the right-of-way, such as sidewalks; a public way.
References in classic literature ?
The street became a little straighter just before he reached the next flare, and as he came within sight of it he saw silhouetted against a patch of light the figure of a lion.
So, when they had crawled through the passage indicated by the vintner (which was a mere shelving-trap for the admission of casks), and had managed with some difficulty to unchain and raise the door at the upper end, they emerged into the street without being observed or interrupted.
Up the street came galloping a closed carriage, bursting abruptly into noise at the corner, rising to a clattering climax under the window, and dying away slowly in the distance.
Small parties of young men stood at the corners of the streets or walked along the narrow pavements.
Meanwhile, the venerable stranger, staff in hand, was pursuing his solitary walk along the centre of the street.
From the street came a loud hum of voices, punctuated by shouts and commands, and from time to time there was a clanging of the gongs of ambulances and patrol wagon's.
We had a gambler's chance in the street, but in here there is no chance at all.
Then quietly the electric lights came on again, and an uproar of nocturnal newsvendors began in the streets.
He could not conceive their maniacal desires to cross the streets.
Two doors from one corner, on the left hand going east the line was broken by the entry of a court; and just at that point a certain sinister block of building thrust forward its gable on the street.
Half the street was in shadow, the other half brightly lit by the sun.
The streets do not run with milk; nor in the spring-time do they pave them with fresh eggs.