see: off the beaten track
Maulevrier says it is delightfully amusing—ever so much better than the beaten track of life in Anglo-American Paris.’
Phantom Fortune, A Novel M. E. Braddon
His tread will be heavier and heavier upon the broad and beaten track.
Popular Education Ira Mayhew
The plan of the story is a complete departure from the beaten track of fiction, and involves the rarest eloquence and pathos.
Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 3 (of 3) James Athearn Jones
We had the advantage of knowing the way and of a beaten track to traverse.
The Mate of the Lily W. H. G. Kingston
As a matter of fact I was in a little village twenty miles inland from Tokio—quite off the beaten track.
The Shadow of the East E. M. Hull
She delighted in any short-cut that took her out of the beaten track.
Lover or Friend Rosa Nouchette Carey
The church had travelled the beaten track of the synagogue, and all the more rapidly from the example set before it.
The Making of the New Testament Benjamin W. Bacon
I wandered on and away from the beaten track, absorbed in thought.
A Strange Story, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Near here I left the beaten track and followed a narrow pathway that led around a hill-side to the cliffs.
Across America by Motor-cycle C. K. Shepherd
Their location is in a section of the country away from the beaten track of travel.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen
beaten-up Related Terms beat-up Historical Examples Instead of adding pepper and salt to the beaten-up eggs, add one or two tablespoonfuls of finely powdered sugar. Cassell’s Vegetarian Cookery A. G. Payne A stream of froth pours from his mouth like beaten-up white of egg. The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles Jean Henri Fabre When the cheese […]
beatinest. most remarkable or unusual: This is the beatinest town I ever did see. Historical Examples If they warn’t the beatenest lot, them two frauds, that ever I struck. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Complete Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) He is the beatenest man to get off jokes I ever knowed, to be as old as […]
a person or thing that beats. an implement or device for beating something: a rug beater. Hunting. a person who rouses or drives game from cover. Papermaking. a machine for beating half-stuff to pulp by separating and shortening the fibers to produce a gelatinous mass. Textiles. the reed. Newfoundland. a young seal, usually a month […]
bestowing bliss, blessings, happiness, or the like: beatific peace. blissful; saintly: a beatific smile. Contemporary Examples Here, some reluctant participants at a family reunion are transformed in a beatific bunch by a ride in the Caravan. Lousy Marketing—Not Lousy Cars—Killed Detroit Adam Hanft November 23, 2008 Clearly bewildered by the proceedings, she had a beatific […]