curbside

[kurb-sahyd]
noun
1.
a side of a pavement or street bordered by a curb.
adjective
2.
being adjacent to a curb: The car's curbside door is stuck.
Also, British, kerbside.


Origin:
1945–50; curb + side1

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curbside

noun
the side of a sidewalk that is bordered by a curb; "policemen stood at intervals along the curbside" 
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Example sentences
They make it easy for people to get in and out of automobiles parked curbside without mashing your plants.
You'd see them paired off on recycling day, scrounging through the green bins left curbside.
We can recycle them in our curbside mixed recycling bin, and some of our
  nurseries take back the bigger ones.
From a persuasive essay making an argument for curbside recycling.
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