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  • n. Plural form of bystreet.

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Examples

  • At daybreak next morning the seventy sages stole one by one from their homes, and slunk through the bystreets of Athens.

    The Breakfast of the Birds, and Other Stories

  • Sacramento Streets, going into all the alleys and bystreets, her head in the air, looking for the "Rooms-to-let" sign.

    McTeague

  • But, that night, day and night were blended in one uproar, and the Chandni Chowk was at floodtide, wave on wave of excited human beings pouring into it from a hundred bystreets and none pouring out again.

    The Winds of the World

  • Whenever she could spare a moment from her work, she would put on her hat and range up and down the entire neighborhood from Sutter to Sacramento Streets, going into all the alleys and bystreets, her head in the air, looking for the "Rooms-to-let" sign.

    McTeague

  • Whenever she could spare a moment from her work, she would put on her hat and range up and down the entire neighborhood from Sutter to Sacramento Streets, going into all the alleys and bystreets, her head in the air, looking for the

    McTeague

  • They turned off together from the main road and made their way by bystreets until they reached the lower city.

    The Young Carthaginian A Story of The Times of Hannibal

  • "I have made my way through all sorts of bystreets and alleys."

    The Black Tulip

  • "Then, sir, I would advise you to lose no time in doing so; you must visit all the bookstalls, sir, especially those in the bystreets and blind alleys.

    Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

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