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sideroad

/ (ˈsaɪdˌrəʊd) /
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noun

Canadian (esp in Ontario) a road, usually north-south, going at right angles to concession roads

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Example sentences from the Web for sideroad

  • Half way back I whirled my car into a rough sideroad just as the left hand rear tire went out with a roar.

    Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
  • Two hours later, down from the dusty sideroad, a girl swinging a milk pail in her hand turned into the mill lane.

    The Doctor|Ralph Connor
  • I ordered a search on the sideroad and concession line, but not a trace of her could be found.

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