Maulevrier says it is delightfully amusing—ever so much better than the beaten track of life in Anglo-American Paris.'
His tread will be heavier and heavier upon the broad and beaten track.
The plan of the story is a complete departure from the beaten track of fiction, and involves the rarest eloquence and pathos.
We had the advantage of knowing the way and of a beaten track to traverse.
As a matter of fact I was in a little village twenty miles inland from Tokio—quite off the beaten track.
She delighted in any short-cut that took her out of the beaten track.
The church had travelled the beaten track of the synagogue, and all the more rapidly from the example set before it.
I wandered on and away from the beaten track, absorbed in thought.
Near here I left the beaten track and followed a narrow pathway that led around a hill-side to the cliffs.
Their location is in a section of the country away from the beaten track of travel.