Side-street



noun
1.
a street leading away from a main street; an unimportant street or one carrying but little traffic.
noun
1.
a minor or unimportant street, esp one leading off a main thoroughfare
A minor thoroughfare that carries little traffic, as in Our favorite hotel is on a quiet little side street. The side in this idiom means “off to one side, away from the main street.” [ c. 1600 ]

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