side street

NOUN
  1. a street intersecting a main street and terminating there
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How To Use side street In A Sentence

  • The council is planning to pedestrianise the street and some side streets in the area from 11 am to 7pm six days a week.
  • Suddenly, he incited onto a side street, fishtailed to face a approach he'd come, as good as stopped. Nevermore: Welcome to Baltimore
  • Newley Purnell for the Wall Street Journal On this side street, between Langsuan and Tonson roads, vendors sell fried rice, noodles, stir-fried vegetables, watermelon and pomelo by the slice, fresh spring rolls, deep-fried bananas and more. Eating in Southeast Asia
  • He had a destination in mind and he was not about to get lost in the labyrinthine alleyways and side streets.
  • Amber ran down a side street, suddenly glad that she had worn tennis shoes instead of pumps.
  • Many roads in the Washington area were pretreated as the storm advanced, but slippery conditions slowed traffic to a crawl on major highways and side streets alike. Snowstorm in Washington area causes accidents, cuts short work- and school days
  • In the side street where I was moving the lamps had gone out, and in the faint light from the aurora that was seeping through thin cloud banks the snow had a bluish tinge like an overcoloured Christmas card. Northlight
  • Moving over for 999 vehicles and letting cars out of side streets are acts people feel will go. The Sun
  • As she turned into the side street, a vague memory stirred in her. The House of Mirth
  • This Audi, this minivan, even this New Jersey pickup truck had no business driving unplowed side streets.
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