By-ways


By-ways
   Only in Judg. 5:6 and Ps. 125:5; literally "winding or twisted roads." The margin has "crooked ways."

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Ways and Means — may refer to: Committee of Ways and Means of the UK parliament United States House Committee on Ways and Means Ways and Means (The West Wing), an episode of the television series The West Wing Ways and Means , a song by Snow Patrol from their… …   Wikipedia

  • ways — ways; side·ways; bar·ways; bend sin·is·ter·ways; bend·ways; chev·ron·ways; cor·ner·ways; pale·ways; sal·tire·ways; slanch·ways; some·ways; …   English syllables

  • Ways of Seeing — was a 1972 BBC television series created chiefly by writer John Berger and producer Mike Dibb, that gave rise to a later book of the same name. The series and book criticize traditional Western cultural aesthetics by raising questions about… …   Wikipedia

  • Ways — Ways …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ways and Means Committee — ˌWays and ˈMeans Comˌmittee noun ECONOMICS ORGANIZATIONS a group of people in the US government whose job is to find methods of raising money for the work that the government wants to do: • The Ways and Means committee will vote on the proposals… …   Financial and business terms

  • WAYS — may stand for:* World Association of Young Scientists, formerly World Academy of Young Scientists * WAYS (AM), an AM radio station in Macon, Georgia * WAYS FM, an FM radio station in Macon, GeorgiaThe term ways is also an alternative name for… …   Wikipedia

  • ways and means — n pl 1: methods and resources for raising the necessary revenues for the expenses of a nation or state 2 often cap W&M: a legislative committee with jurisdiction over ways and means Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • ways — I was standing out in the street a little ways, wrote the American novelist Tom Wolfe in his Bonfire of the Vanities (1987). This use of the plural ways, meaning ‘at some indeterminate distance (in time or place)’ is related to a use (with a… …   Modern English usage

  • -ways — A suffix formed from way by the addition of the adverbial s (see { wards}). It is often used interchangeably with wise; as, endways or endwise; noways or nowise, etc. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ways and Means (play) — Ways and Means is a light comedy and one of the mini plays in Noël Coward s . The show was first copyrighted in 1935 and was produced by [Samuel French Inc.] PlotThe show takes place in the bedroom of a French villa on the Cote d Azur where… …   Wikipedia

  • ways — a sloping structure down which a new ship is launched. → way ways parts into which something divides or is divided. → way …   English new terms dictionary