Bay Street

noun(in Canada)
  1. the financial centre of Toronto, in which Canada's largest stock exchange is situated

  2. the financial interests and powers of Toronto

Words Nearby Bay Street

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How to use Bay Street in a sentence

  • Bay Street had flooded in the course of the storm, as did Long Island Avenue.

  • He walked slowly down Parliament to Bay Street, which is the principal business avenue of the town, running parallel to the shore.

    Fighting for the Right | Oliver Optic
  • I was in town day before yesterday, and, while walking along Bay Street, I felt something licking my hand.

    A Little Florida Lady | Dorothy C. Paine
  • The post-office is on Bay Street, nearer the northern than the southern end of the street.

    Down South | Oliver Optic
  • There were far more blacks than whites down on Bay Street, but here there were nothing but blacks on every side.

    Pieces of Eight | Richard le Gallienne