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sidewalk in Roads topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsidewalkside‧walk /ˈsaɪdwɔːk $ -wɒːk/ ●●● S3 noun [countable] American English  TTRa hard surface or path at the side of a street for people to walk on syn pavement British English
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sidewalkOutside there was snow and slush along the streets and sidewalks.A woman in a yellow sundress came toward him, then veered quickly off the sidewalk.Garbage blowing on the sidewalk would offend them as much as would a dully designed highrise.I shrank back into the shadows of the alley and saw people passing by on the sidewalk.Consequently, most merchants simply open their stores or kiosks, frequently by invading parts of the street or the sidewalk.Returning to the side door, he stood just inside it for a while and then stepped out to the sidewalk.She stood rooted to the sidewalk, her mind a whirl of dislike.It would, I thought, take me the rest of my life to get used to sidewalks.