There was very little upward mobility; generation after generation fell to the wayside.
Soon the others fall by the wayside, and we are left with Jones struggling to draw what notes he has left of him out into the air.
Did it fall by the wayside after his testimony pushed him to pursue a political office?
The re-positioning on issues that Priebus favored has fallen by the wayside, a casualty of the internal wars within the party.
And as far as actual exploration and discovery, that gets thrown by the wayside.
And when they came to a gate they sat down in the grass by the wayside.
If we wanted him we had to gather him up by the wayside and bring him home with us.
Stay one minute—I want to hear—who found me by the wayside, as you say, in fragments?
We were in the little parlor of the wayside, Mr. Hawthorne's house in Concord.
A wayside stall of palm-thatched bamboo provides sageroe for thirsty pilgrims.