side road

NOUN
  1. a minor road branching off of a main road
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How To Use side road In A Sentence

  • We're immediately delighted - it may have a flashy strip of gear shops and pizzerias, but there are also flower-decked Swiss chalets and a working cow barn in every side road, with authentic early-morning lowing.
  • The car park of Morrisons often suffers from overflow car parking with shoppers having to park on side roads close to Morrisons which creates more congested local roads.
  • They approached the side road that took them around to the back entrance.
  • I was driving a car in London, turning right from a side road into a one way system.
  • In the event, we have got a new side road whose cycle path is only of direct help to those travelling to and from York.
  • Her cooking is fragrant with the flesh and juice of the coconuts that line the state's highways, side roads and beaches.
  • Of course, if you need a breather at some point, just spear off on one of the side roads and disappear up onto the moors. Times, Sunday Times
  • The flashy red sports car zipped along the snakey cliffside roads.
  • Garda√≠ are investigating the events surrounding the freak accident but it appears it happened when a jeep pulled out of a side road as the young motorcyclist approached.
  • Ignore side roads as you go up the hill and over a cross roads with traffic lights.
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