Examples of roadside in a Sentence
a hamburger stand on the roadside
Recent Examples of roadside from the Web
The sculptures hew to the simplicity of the roadside stack, but Loesberg’s drawings show the Jersey barriers willy-nilly, in a variety of much more inefficient configurations.
Milk in India is distributed through millions of tiny store fronts, roadside stalls and home delivery men who sell it in milky masala tea, baked into sweets or simply as raw milk.
There’s certainly a lot of roadside scenery to share.
But there is a new attraction coming to Ronkonkoma, the kind of roadside folly that used to draw travelers, like the World’s Largest Ball of Twine or a three-story Paul Bunyan.
According to Danny Perez at the Texas Department of Transportation, his agency will utilize its dynamic messaging system of roadside signs and social media to urge motorists to find other, safer places to watch the colorful shows.
These are the boom times, so to speak, for Phantom, TNT and Sky King — the major fireworks retailers — not to mention all those little roadside tents that spring up in the days before the Fourth of July.
Someone once infamously painted on a roadside rock near town: San Augustine, 10 miles ahead, 100 years behind.
The highway was decommissioned in 1985, replaced by the Federal Interstate Highway System, but historians and travelers have kept its memory as well as its culture of roadside diners, neon lights and tourist traps alive.
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ROADSIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of roadside for English Language Learners
: the land that is along a road : the area beside a road
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