American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A paved walkway along the side of a street.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A footwalk by the side of a street or road; specifically, a paved or otherwise prepared way for pedestrians in a town, usually separated from the roadway by a curb and gutter. Also (in Great Britain nearly always) called pavement.
- n. US a paved footpath at the side of a road for the use of pedestrians; a pavement (UK) or footpath (Australia)
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. U.S. A walk for foot passengers at the side of a street or road; a foot pavement.
- n. walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway
- From side + walk. (Wiktionary)
“Retta, who has seven children and 11 grandkids, says he is moved by his Catholic faith to do what he calls sidewalk counseling.”
“Retta, who has seven children and 11 grandkids, says he's moved by his Catholic faith to do what he calls sidewalk counseling.”
“She is a huge Twilight fan and loves to write Bella and Edward in sidewalk chalk – she says he is hers not Bella Swan!”
“I had walking pneumonia and a broken heart, and I was taking the bus home from work in a howling nor'easter and I had a mile to walk with no sidewalk from the bus stop to my door.”
“Workshop: Finding medicinal herbs growing in sidewalk cracks”
“Cement versions of Virgin Mary have been donated by different towns such as Colima, Tepic, Zapopan, and others, and they line the wide sidewalk from the arch into town.”
“In St. Louis, a worker removed rubble strewn across a sidewalk from the partial collapse of a 1920s-era building.”
“The sidewalk is long, and stretches as far as she can see.”
“- The time required to repair a brick sidewalk is very little compared to concrete, it requires no heavy equipment and is relatively quiet.”
“The lunchtime crowd has spilled out on to the sidewalk, and now has become so big that again the sidewalk is blocked.”
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