Robbie had turned into a byway that bore the name of King's Arms Lane.
The street might have been a byway in old Pompeii for all the life that moved within it.
He says nothing, therefore; but, bending to his oars, pulls on up the byway.
It is a vile road, and I must take the byway through the forest.
A little further on, one cried from a byway in rusty English: "Come and see my Dispensary."
One evening, in a byway where he was watching for her, Margot at last raised her hand.
He knew every highway and byway, and in the capital city of Melzarr could almost have made his way blindfolded.
It meant that he knew every trail and byway for miles about Temple Camp.
Already the fighting mob was surging through highway and byway lighted by the glare of the burning church.
From every farm and byway came men to have a word with the superintendent.