But once beyond the village proper he turned into a by-path.
A little further he turned sharply into a by-path and alighted.
Lewis walked by her side down the by-path towards Glenavelin.
Most of the travellers believed the witch and turned into the by-path.
When I had satisfied my curiosity, I advanced to a by-path which branched off from the main street.
"Run," said the king; and, following a by-path, they ran across the grass.
My mule suddenly turned into a by-path and broke into a cheerful amble.
No knowing what by-path he might have tried in search of the elusive gasoline.
They then slipped away by a by-path as before, and left the children by themselves again.
They must needs have each a by-path of their own, and cry out against all who will not follow it.'