Definitions for roadsideˈroʊdˌsaɪd
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word roadside
edge of a way or road or path
"flowers along the wayside"
The area on either side of a road.
Located next to (beside) a road.
Origin: From road + side.
land adjoining a road or highway; the part of a road or highway that borders the traveled part. Also used ajectively
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A roadside bomb hit one of our military pick-ups. So far we know three soldiers died.
A roadside bomb targeted an AU vehicle as the AU convoy passed in the outskirts of Marka today. We do not know details about casualties.
People up in the mountains, in the rainforest area, they will bring down food and sell it on the roadside or at the market and we will buy some.
There were three roadside bombs that took out two Humvees and killed five of us. Then they came at us with the bulldozers rigged with explosives.
Some of the women found his number from roadside signs advertising cheap divorce. These women were typically low income and needing a divorce to get out of a bad situation.
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