Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [w'eɪs,aɪd]
meaning of the word
edge of a way or road or path; "flowers along the wayside"
A wayside flower growing only by the path of duty.
We will walk very, very slowly, and if we feel tired we can rest by the wayside."
The room was now in dusk, save for the bulbs which made the portrait shine forth like a wayside shrine.
With this dire threat, Freckles knelt, as at a wayside spring, and deliberately laid his lips on the footprint.
The train which carried Alethia towards her destination was a local one, with the wayside station habit strongly developed.
A great improvement it was called; but Margaret sighed over the old picturesqueness, the old gloom, and the grassy wayside of former days.
How seldom one sees these Roses except in cottage gardens; but what good taste it shows on the cottager's part, for what Rose is so perfectly at home upon the modest little wayside porch?
What kind of a great house was this, that all the parish should start and stare to be asked the way to it? or what sort of a gentleman, that his ill-fame should be thus current on the wayside?
In those days folk still believed in witches and trembled at a curse; and this one, falling so pat, like a wayside omen, to arrest me ere I carried out my purpose, took the pith out of my legs.
Meanwhile the princess, who had been changed into a dove, flew after her brothers the eagles, but not being able to overtake them, she rested under a wayside cross, and began cooing mournfully.