sidewalks

All Noun
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  • The area had no official name and no real streets or sidewalks.
  • All the city's sidewalks and many roads were also made of wood.
  • The buildings are on all sides and two sidewalks run through for people to walk on.
  • Most homes in the district are set back between one to from the sidewalks.
  • Much of the hotel's original stone foundation remains under the square's sidewalks.
  • Sidewalks also gives college students their first on-air experience.
  • Many changes have come about through the years: concrete sidewalks replaced those made of wood.
  • In the third stage, the sidewalks in the steel bridge area were replaced.
  • The company laid out streets, built sidewalks and houses, and installed a water system.
  • During the project, the bridge sidewalks were closed at all times.
  • The road bed is wide, and there are sidewalks on either side.
  • In addition to one lane of traffic in each direction, the bridge has sidewalks on both sides.
  • Many sidewalks along these streets were also repaired, though evidence of prior damage can still be seen.
  • During the first six years, the show was known as Sidewalks.
  • A few streets, sidewalks and building foundations can still be found in the area.
  • The population is dependent on cars, and the town has constructed few or no sidewalks in most areas.
  • However, when new sidewalks were recently laid, the statue was not found.
  • Sidewalks and street lights are present on both sides of the streets.
  • Long Beach has a town-owned water system and few sewers and sidewalks.
  • For the most of the part the street here has wider sidewalks.
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Root form of sidewalks is sidewalk for the noun.

Meaning of sidewalks

  • noun Walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway