How Do You Spell BYWAY?

Correct spelling for the English word "byway" is [b_ˈaɪ_w_eɪ], [bˈa͡ɪwe͡ɪ], [bˈa‍ɪwe‍ɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of BYWAY

  1. A private and obscure way.

Common Misspellings for BYWAY

Below is the list of 145 misspellings for the word "byway".

Usage Examples for BYWAY

  1. Here was opulence at home and superb; here must poverty lurk and shrink, feeling itself alive only on sufferance; the din of highway and byway was a voice of blustering conquest, bidding the weaker to stand aside or be crushed. - "The Crown of Life" by George Gissing
  2. Sauntering slowly along, we had wended our meandering course homeward, or perhaps I should say schoolward, and had reached a small byway, known locally as Locust Lane, when there came to our ears a sound of joyous voices and a clattering of nimble hoofs mingling together. - "Fibble, D. D." by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
  3. Only one spot in the open streets of the town, I think, keeps an air of Kingston as the customers of the Castle Inn may have known it, and that is the little byway through which runs the water splash of the Hogsmill river. - "Highways and Byways in Surrey" by Eric Parker
  4. The house was situated in " Phinney's Lane," the crooked little byway off " Cross Street," between the " Shore Road" at the foot of the slope and the " Hill Boulevard"- formerly " Higgins's Roost"- at the top. - "The Depot Master" by Joseph C. Lincoln
  5. There is an interesting byway in connection with this heading: the collection of English books printed abroad. - "The Book-Hunter at Home" by P. B. M. Allan