- adj. Alongside or near a street.
- From street + side. (Wiktionary)
“The collapsable metal box resembles the kind of streetside sheds that commonly house electrical devices such as streetlight controls, new-age parking meters, and small generators.”
“Looking for "streetside" (we've heard it's for 20 cities to start), in the meantime, here's”
“The beta lets users select a "streetside" view of a map at various magnifications.”
“Families sit at the streetside tables at Tia Le Millita, a corner restaurant, and young children play ball in the churchyard.”
“Before manga took off, the kids of Japan got their sequential art kicks via kamishibai stories, miniature wooden theaters that would display art while the streetside storyteller would act out the tale.”
“Foreigners at Lake Chapala, mostly Americans and Canadians, play a variance of this game displaying what I think of as adolescent bravado and in this variant they tend to dine at streetside taco stands and brag about consuming water not necessarily purified in order to make it uneventful for human consumption.”
“A familiar copper glimmer caught our eyes in the dirt at the base of a streetside tree.”
“It was nearly noon, and Heather kept expecting to hear the thump of the streetside doors as Jack or Eli or Emmett Thibodaux arrived to add more warm bodies to their daytime security detail.”
“I've spent 13-hour stretches giving streetside speeches," he said of his first years as an unknown campaigning for the city council.”
“Grilling meat kebabs at a streetside stall, Narumi Sato had joined 10 fellow evacuees from their now ghost-town home of Tomioka.”
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