He reached the corner of the street like a blind man, by tapping the kerbstone with his cane.
A carriage was drawn up by the kerbstone; the doors of it were open.
It may occur also from tripping on a loose stone or slipping off the kerbstone.
In Queen Victoria Street he stopped on the kerbstone, and looked about him.
Moreover, the English themselves use curb as a verb and in all noun senses save that shown in kerbstone.
The cab-door slammed, the wheels ground on the kerbstone, my début was over.
A file of waiting carriages lined the kerbstone the whole length of Place Vendôme.
He stood there on the kerbstone, and all they could do 'e wouldn't budge.
The wheels of a cab grazed the kerbstone, a murmured direction followed.
In five minutes the dull noise of the kerbstone market in Broad Street had leapt to a high note of frantic interrogation.
To pretend to sell a car for a private person while actually selling it for a dealer (1990s+ Car dealers)