Examples of wayside in a Sentence
Flowers grew along the wayside.
Recent Examples of wayside from the Web
Later, though, sponsors such like Patrick's GoDaddy started to become more important in racing and pushed superstition to the wayside.
If inductive charging ever becomes available, the very concept of a charging station could go by the wayside.
Not that positions are going by the wayside, but the lines are blurred.
The promises of the 1833 Compromise Tariff had fallen to the wayside soon after the bill’s passage, and complaints of economic damage to the South were mounting once again.
But any agreements between ride-share companies and local governments made before March 1 that would be grandfathered-in under the new law would fall to the wayside once those agreements expire.
However, since the Scot's departure, the most successful team in Premier League history have somewhat fallen by the wayside, with this season's expected second-place finish the best witnessed since 2013.
The Pirates saw their five-game season-opening win streak fall to the wayside last season in a loss to James Madison.
Even nonreligious reference points such as the Constitution are falling by the wayside: More than 1 in 3 Americans can't name a right protected by the First Amendment.
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WAYSIDE Defined for English Language Learners
: the land next to a road or path
WAYSIDE Defined for Kids
- … stay up all night and let your schoolwork fall by the wayside …
- —Lemony Snicket, The Austere Academy
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