- n.Method approach road
- v.Avoid the; removing; disposition
- adv.So far, massive
- WebRoad routes;
- In winter, when the ways were bad and the nights long.
Source: Ld Macaulay
- In among the silver birches winding ways of tarmac wander.
Source: J. Betjeman
- The Pennine Way..goes from Edale in Derbyshire..to Teesdale.
Source: Daily Mail
- But, in the beaten way of friendship, what make you at Elsinore?
- The three men had become mere specks, 'way down the road.
Source: Baroness Orczy
- They live way up top.
Source: H. Kurnitz
- It's late, Holmes, way after eleven.
Source: K. Hulme
- The country's always been way ahead in industrial..development.
Source: N. Gordimer