Examples of roadside in a Sentence
a hamburger stand on the roadside
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Where to Stay There's plenty of clean-enough roadside lodging inside ’50s mainstays like the Silver Sands Motel—with its wood paneling, linoleum floors, and granny-pink bedspreads (Stella McCartney recently did a fashion shoot here).
Food is the best part of a road trip—but finding great roadside gems takes some skill.
Investigators discovered the remains of Kendrick Dwann Horn, 33, and Jeremy Deon Norris, 28, after extinguishing a fire in a roadside ditch last week.
Canada thistles are commonly found growing along roadsides and in pastures, lawns, gardens, crops and meadows.
Some new arrivals were staying in schools, or huddling in makeshift settlements with no toilets along roadsides and in open fields.
On his way to a prayer service one day after his return, Eskarkhanov says he was detained at a roadside by Chechen police on suspicion of being a terrorist sympathizer.
The bayou spilled its banks a few hours into the storm, along with the crude roadside ditches that comprised her neighborhood’s drainage system, flooding Carson’s home.
Around the year 1119, a group of mostly French knights, from the Champagne region, decided to set up a roadside rescue service, a sort of medieval AAA, with the purpose of protecting pilgrims around Jerusalem.
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