Definition of Byroads

1. Noun. (plural of byroad) ¹



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Definition of Byroads

1. byroad [n] - See also: byroad

Lexicographical Neighbors of Byroads

byre
byreman
byremen
byres
byrl
byrlady
byrlakin
byrlaw
byrlaws
byrled
byrling
byrls
byrnie
byrnies
byroad
byroads (current term)
byroom
byrooms
bys
bysen
byshop
bysitter
byspeech
byspel
byspell
byspells
byspels
byssaceous
byssal
byssi

Literary usage of Byroads

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1882)
"But my thoughts then invariably wander along byroads and hedges, and my feet instinctively ... Only one who has used byroads regularly can appreciate them. ..."

2. Supplement to the Codes and General Laws of the State of California of 1915 by California, James Henry Deering (1917)
"byroads. byroads leading from highways to residences, farms, mines, mills, factories and buildings for ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1891)
"I could show them localities where they might, without the least trouble on their part, get lost in a perfect network of byroads, unknown to the general ..."

4. The Dictionary of Statistics by Michael George Mulhall (1903)
"byroads Bridges. No. I Miles I f. 21500 21000000 9800 2300 18000000: 7800 24000 I5,OCO,OOO 6200 I.75° : 7 ... 65,MO There were also 200000 miles of byroads. ..."

5. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1895)
"To reach this amount, highways and byroads, as well as a parcel of land sold by ... All of this but 1-ffo acres is claimed to be highways and byroads ..."

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