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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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waysideway‧side /ˈweɪsaɪd/ noun [countable]  literaryALTTR the side of a road fall by the wayside at fall1(16)
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waysideFor all his bold chivalry this watchful Celt seems surely to have strayed from a wayside pulpit.Once there was a wayside inn, now a pathetic ruin.The train stopped at some wayside station.Specific and lengthy training - usually over a period of years so the non-committed will fall by the wayside. 3.And what of those that have already fallen by the wayside?Several would-be robot makers fell by the wayside, among them Remek of Milton Keynes.Near a tombstone-memorial by the wayside, I gazed on a crowd of boys.A row of candles stood by the wayside.
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