bywaynoun [ C ]uk /ˈbaɪ.weɪ/ us /ˈbaɪ.weɪ/
Examples from literature
- He had hoped much from Peter Harris's knowledge of the byways and dens and alleys of Westminster.
- Here we came the next morning after a short time on winding and rather hilly byways.
- I am speaking, of course, of the more traveled highways and country byways.
- I knew the roads and byways foot by foot, and could find my way, if need were, in the night as well as in the day.
- Roads.—Everywhere highways and byways are numerous, and some districts are prodigally supplied with footpaths.