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Sidesman

ˈsʌɪdzmən

Meanings of Sidesman:

noun

A churchwarden's assistant, who performs such duties as showing worshippers to their seats and taking the collection during a church service.

Usage examples:

The rector thanked the churchwardens, sidesmen, bellringers, church cleaners, guild and all church …

Sidesmen

ˈsʌɪdzmən

Meanings of Sidesmen:

noun

A churchwarden's assistant, who performs such duties as showing worshippers to their seats and taking the collection during a church service.

Usage examples:

The rector thanked the churchwardens, sidesmen, bellringers, church cleaners, guild and all church …

Meanings of Sidespin:

noun

A position to the left or right of an object, place, or central point.

Usage examples:

A town on the other side of the river
verb

Support or oppose in a conflict, dispute, or debate.

Usage examples:

He felt that max had betrayed him by siding with beatrice

Meanings of Sidesplittingly:

adverb

If something or someone is side-splittingly funny, they are extremely funny

Usage examples:

Sidesplittingly funny practical jokes

Sidestep

ˈsaɪd.step

Meanings of Sidestep:

verb

Avoid (someone or something) by stepping sideways.

Usage examples:

He sidestepped a defender and crossed the ball
noun

A step taken sideways, typically to avoid someone or something.

Usage examples:

A boxercise workout that incorporates an intricate combination of sidesteps with left and right hooks

Sidestepped

ˈsʌɪdstɛp

Meanings of Sidestepped:

verb

Avoid (someone or something) by stepping sideways.

Usage examples:

He sidestepped a defender and crossed the ball
noun

A step taken sideways, typically to avoid someone or something.

Usage examples:

A boxercise workout that incorporates an intricate combination of sidesteps with left and right hooks

Past simple and past participle of sidestep

Meanings of Sidestepping:

verb

Avoid (someone or something) by stepping sideways.

Usage examples:

He sidestepped a defender and crossed the ball
noun

A step taken sideways, typically to avoid someone or something.

Usage examples:

A boxercise workout that incorporates an intricate combination of sidesteps with left and right hooks

Present participle of sidestep

Sidesteps

ˈsaɪd.step

Meanings of Sidesteps:

verb

Avoid (someone or something) by stepping sideways.

Usage examples:

He sidestepped a defender and crossed the ball
noun

A step taken sideways, typically to avoid someone or something.

Usage examples:

A boxercise workout that incorporates an intricate combination of sidesteps with left and right hooks

Meanings of Sidestrokes:

noun

A swimming stroke similar to the breaststroke in which the swimmer lies on their side.

Usage examples:

I started on my stomach, but turned to a sidestroke, then a backstroke to get to the island.

Meanings of Sidesway:

noun

A rolling motion from side to side in a moving vehicle.

Sideswipe

ˈsaɪd.swaɪp

Meanings of Sideswipe:

noun

A passing critical remark about someone or something.

Usage examples:

The book was chiefly an attack on the literary work of rossetti, but it also took a few sideswipes …
verb

Strike with a glancing blow.

Usage examples:

Curtis jerked the wheel hard over and sideswiped the other car

Sideswiped

ˈsaɪd.swaɪp

Meanings of Sideswiped:

verb

Strike with a glancing blow.

Usage examples:

Curtis jerked the wheel hard over and sideswiped the other car
noun

A passing critical remark about someone or something.

Usage examples:

The book was chiefly an attack on the literary work of rossetti, but it also took a few sideswipes …

Meanings of Sideswiper:

noun

A person who or thing which delivers a blow to the side of something (now especially a motor vehicle).

Meanings of Sideswipers:

noun

A person who or thing which delivers a blow to the side of something (now especially a motor vehicle).

Sideswipes

ˈsaɪd.swaɪp

Meanings of Sideswipes:

noun

A passing critical remark about someone or something.

Usage examples:

The book was chiefly an attack on the literary work of rossetti, but it also took a few sideswipes …
verb

Strike with a glancing blow.

Usage examples:

Curtis jerked the wheel hard over and sideswiped the other car

Sideswiping

ˈsaɪd.swaɪp

Meanings of Sideswiping:

verb

Strike with a glancing blow.

Usage examples:

Curtis jerked the wheel hard over and sideswiped the other car
noun

A passing critical remark about someone or something.

Usage examples:

The book was chiefly an attack on the literary work of rossetti, but it also took a few sideswipes …

Sidetrack

ˈsaɪd.træk

Meanings of Sidetrack:

verb

Cause (someone) to be distracted from an immediate or important issue.

Usage examples:

He does not let himself get sidetracked by fads and trends
noun

A minor path or track.

Usage examples:

The horse took a sidetrack which led uphill

Meanings of Sidetracked:

verb

Cause (someone) to be distracted from an immediate or important issue.

Usage examples:

He does not let himself get sidetracked by fads and trends
noun

A minor path or track.

Usage examples:

The horse took a sidetrack which led uphill

Sidetracking

ˈsʌɪdtrak

Meanings of Sidetracking:

verb

Cause (someone) to be distracted from an immediate or important issue.

Usage examples:

He does not let himself get sidetracked by fads and trends
noun

A minor path or track.

Usage examples:

The horse took a sidetrack which led uphill

Sidetracks

ˈsaɪd.træk

Meanings of Sidetracks:

verb

Cause (someone) to be distracted from an immediate or important issue.

Usage examples:

He does not let himself get sidetracked by fads and trends
noun

A minor path or track.

Usage examples:

The horse took a sidetrack which led uphill

Sidewalk

ˈsʌɪdwɔːk

Meanings of Sidewalk:

noun

A paved path for pedestrians at the side of a road; a pavement.

Usage examples:

Proud old trees stood on the side of a large road, keeping the sidewalks in calming shade.

Sidewalks

ˈsaɪd.wɔːk

Meanings of Sidewalks:

noun

A paved path for pedestrians at the side of a road; a pavement.

Usage examples:

Proud old trees stood on the side of a large road, keeping the sidewalks in calming shade.

Meanings of Sidewall:

noun

The side of a tyre, typically marked or coloured distinctively.

Usage examples:

And avoid those tyres - a sidewall popping at just under 980 miles of usage is pretty terrible, in …

Sideward

ˈsʌɪdwəd

Meanings of Sideward:

adverb

Another term for sideways.

Sidewards

ˈsʌɪdwəd

Meanings of Sidewards:

adverb

Another term for sideways.

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