only in Judg. 5:6 and Ps. 125:5; literally "winding or twisted roads." The margin has "crooked ways."
He had been there many a time before, but now it seemed to him that he had never seen so many paths and by-ways.
How he had hunted experience in the streets and the by-ways of the great city!
As a rule a badger's hole descends rapidly at first, and then may branch into any number of by-ways and subterranean galleries.
These drifts form the streets and by-ways of another city underground.
In these by-ways, he had not any objection to speak to his companion, and for the first time asked him what he was arrested for.
There are the most extraordinary alleys and by-ways to walk about in.
He drew upon his wanderings in by-ways known only of artists; fascinated them with sketches of the art life of Rome and Paris.
She and Sylvie went through lanes and by-ways this gorgeous October day.
Rather than drag the family title into the by-ways of trade, he laid it aside and assumed the name of Nemos.
It gives the roads and by-ways with much care and correctness.