Bill pushed his hat forward and walked along on the edge of the kerb.
There was a mess of thick, congealing blood splashed on the road and the kerb.
He was standing on the kerb, and staring at the number on the door in a doubtful way, as I opened it.
At the end of the street a taxi was drawn up at the kerb awaiting him.
Others, more discerning, conjured me to pull in to the kerb.
For the kerb uproar "the uncommunicating muteness of fishes" was the only panacea.
He paid the bill in a hurry and hastened after her, catching up with her upon the kerb.
Faith stood on the kerb while he went in pursuit of a taxicab.
Barclay stepped to the kerb, and hailed the driver with his stick.
The driver of a fiacre looked at her and drew his horse to the kerb.