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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.
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He had noticed openings in each roof, evidently giving ingress to the apartments below, and now, his advance cut off by those ahead of him, he decided to risk the chance of reaching the street through the interior of one of the buildings.
Joe still holding Mr Haredale tight, and Edward taking the same care of the vintner, they hurried through the streets at a rapid pace; occasionally standing aside to let some fugitives go by, or to keep out of the way of the soldiers who followed them, and whose questions, when they halted to put any, were speedily stopped by one whispered word from Joe.
A little while after that a squad of police came into the station and began to clear the public off the platforms, and my brother went out into the street again.
Eleven of the sons of New England lay stretched upon the street.
There is no longer a Popish tyrant on the throne of England, and by to-morrow noon, his name shall be a byword in this very street, where ye would make it a word of terror.
We had a gambler's chance in the street, but in here there is no chance at all.
He found Paul and restored him, and ordained him a preacher; and from this old house we had hunted up in the street which is miscalled Straight, he had started out on that bold missionary career which he prosecuted till his death.
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.
Wearing a waistcoat over his cotton shirt, Ferapontov was standing before his shop which opened onto the street.
From across the street, between the Olsen and the Isham houses, came a shower of stones.
Repeatedly during our ascent of the hill my eyes, I thought, had traversed the whole reach of that sidewalk, from street to street.