Definition of roadside
: the strip of land along a road : the side of a road
Examples of roadside in a Sentence
a hamburger stand on the roadside
Recent Examples of roadside from the Web
Construction will continue, as will emergency repairs and some roadside safety services.
Check out the 135-room roadside inn and book at www.sandmansantarosa.com.
Since 1999 Hong Kong has curbed roadside levels of nitrogen oxides by 56 percent, and fine particulate matter, known as PM2.5, by 52 percent, according to 2016 government data.
In a potent and loaded visual, Nova and Charley, out searching for a missing Micah, find his gleaming silver convertible abandoned and parked next to a roadside cemetery.)
Here's a guide to a few of north Alabama's over-sized roadside attractions.
From coast to coast, Americans along the eclipse path will be hiking up mountain trails, camping in fields, pulled over in superstore parking lots, idling on roadsides—
Miami-Dade also would stop sending trash crews to pick up shopping carts left on county medians and roadsides, and discontinue regular litter patrols in the unincorporated areas.
Despite both daughters needing to throw up after every seventh roadside billboard, the winding scenery was pretty enough.
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First Known Use of roadside
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
ROADSIDE Defined for Kids
Definition of roadside for Students
: the strip of land beside a road
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