Examples of wayside in a Sentence
Flowers grew along the wayside.
Recent Examples of wayside from the Web
After all, Jo is the sole member of her intern class left standing — that's an awful lot of characters to have been left by the wayside over the years.
Changes to Dodd-Frank with no domestic constituency to lobby for them, such as to rules on foreign banks which their executives consider deeply unfair, have fallen by the wayside.
Later, though, sponsors such like Patrick’s GoDaddy started to become more important in racing and pushed superstition to the wayside.
Thompson III's Princeton-style offense hasn't been completely thrown to the wayside.
Recently the Crossroads Project that fronts the old Dayton Police Station and parking lot has made significant progress with the placement of the wayside panels.
The motto no longer refers to Trump's promises of ethics and lobbying reforms — many of which have dropped by the wayside or been watered down — or to vows about stopping members of his administration from profiting from their service.
In day-to-day driving, the S5’s comfortable cabins and great-looking exteriors are enough to push their vacant personae to the wayside.
That seemingly comfortable early lead would all fall by the wayside, of course, but Scarbrough's early scores were impressive.
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First Known Use of wayside
WAYSIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wayside for English Language Learners
: the land next to a road or path
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Definition of wayside for Students
- … stay up all night and let your schoolwork fall by the wayside …
- —Lemony Snicket, The Austere Academy
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