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wayside

a. the side or edge of a road
b. situated by the wayside
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There is no wayside rest for them, no halt by cooling fountains, no pause beneath green shades.
I confess to the wayside arbor, the pipe of contentment, and the lotus-leaves being altogether unsuitable metaphors.
Had David formed a wayside acquaintance with the daughter, he would have become the father's clerk, and all else in natural succession.
Chattering jays and loud wood-pigeons flapped thickly overhead, while ever and anon the measured tapping of Nature's carpenter, the great green woodpecker, sounded from each wayside grove.
Not that the trees and grasses were red, but the fences and houses were painted that color and all the wild-flowers that bloomed by the wayside had red blossoms.
Then, however, when he opened his eyes, he saw something sitting by the wayside shaped like a man, and hardly like a man, something nondescript.
Vexed in her dear heart, she sat near the wayside by the Maiden Well, from which the women of the place were used to draw water, in a shady place over which grew an olive shrub.
And they found the good goddess near the wayside where they had left her before, and led her to the house of their dear father.
The delivery includes wayside radio equipment for a branch of Tokyo Metro's Marunouchi Line between Nakano-sakaue and Honancho stations and on-board radio equipment for a train that will be operated on the line for verification purposes.
Wayside Cross Ministries' Walk a Mile in My Shoes benefit walk on Saturday, Feb.
He describes key places in LincolnAEs legal career from 1847 to 1853, such as his law offices, courthouses, museums, Looking for Lincoln Wayside Exhibits, and other points of interest.
Oregon has owned the wayside since 1926, according to State Parks.