Here are some sentences that can be used to describe a street:

- We wheeled him off into a narrow street, where he took out his pocket-handkerchief, and stood with his back to a wall.

- He chose the darkest and narrowest streets and, as he walked boldly forward, the silence that was spread about his footsteps troubled him, the wandering silent figures troubled him; and at times a sound of low fugi... more

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Truly you can use any adjective (or non-adjective) you’d like to describe a street, it really just depends on the context. Visualize the street? Where is it? What kind of people live around here (or don’t)? Is it urban? Rural? What sort of vehicles traverse it? What sort of structures surround it? All of these additional elements qualify as descriptors and can be used to enhance the imagery by set... more

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Truly you can use any adjective (or non-adjective) you’d like to describe a street, it really just depends on the context. Visualize the street? Where is it? What kind of people live around here (or don’t)? Is it urban? Rural? What sort of vehicles traverse it? What sort of structures surround it? All of these additional elements qualify as descriptors and can be used to enhance the imagery by set... more

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Here are some adjectives for street: wide and quiet, foul, noisy, narrow main, broad and fiery, hot main, nameless main, dirty main, dusty, fume-filled, bucolic main, broad and bygone, suburban socal, ganglingly tall, bleak dirty, drab inglorious, solitary narrow, bottomless, muddy, irregular, main, narrowest and most... you can find more words here http://describingwords.io/for/street

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