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Side-splitting

ˈsaɪdˌsplɪt.ɪŋ

Meanings of Side-splitting:

adjective

Extremely funny

Usage examples:

A side-splitting joke/story/play

Meanings of Side-to-side:

noun

A surface of something that is not the top or the bottom, or a surface of a flat object

Usage examples:

Label all four sides of the box., i painted one side of the boat green to see if we like the color.…

Meanings of Side-view:

noun

A flat outer surface of an object, especially one that is not the top, the bottom, the front, or ...

Meanings of Sideage:

noun

Land between the side of a building and a boundary such as a road or river; the extent of this land.

Meanings of Sidearm:

noun

A weapon worn at a person's side, such as a pistol or formerly a sword.

Usage examples:

The p - 35 was the standard sidearm of both sides in the falklands intervention, and many were used…
adjective

(of a throw, pitch, or cast) performed or delivered with a sweeping motion of the arm from the side of the body at or below shoulder level.

Usage examples:

A sidearm delivery
verb

Throw or pitch a ball to (someone) with a sidearm motion.

Usage examples:

Pitchers who sidearmed me on one pitch, then curved me with the next

Sidearms

ˈsaɪd.ɑːm

Meanings of Sidearms:

noun

A weapon worn at a person's side, such as a pistol or formerly a sword.

Usage examples:

The p - 35 was the standard sidearm of both sides in the falklands intervention, and many were used…
verb

Throw or pitch a ball to (someone) with a sidearm motion.

Usage examples:

Pitchers who sidearmed me on one pitch, then curved me with the next
adjective

(of a throw, pitch, or cast) performed or delivered with a sweeping motion of the arm from the side of the body at or below shoulder level.

Usage examples:

A sidearm delivery

Meanings of Sideband:

noun

Each of two frequency bands either side of the carrier wave, which contain the modulated signal.

Usage examples:

Tone-induced by-products may involve quantizing noise, harmonic distortion and any amplitude or pha…

Sidebands

ˈsʌɪdband

Meanings of Sidebands:

noun

Each of two frequency bands either side of the carrier wave, which contain the modulated signal.

Usage examples:

Tone-induced by-products may involve quantizing noise, harmonic distortion and any amplitude or pha…

Meanings of Sidebar:

noun

A short article in a newspaper or magazine placed alongside a main article and containing additional or explanatory material.

Usage examples:

Useful sidebars spotlight personnel or historical background

Sideboard

ˈsaɪd.bɔːd

Meanings of Sideboard:

noun

A flat-topped piece of furniture with cupboards and drawers, used for storing crockery, glasses, and table linen.

Usage examples:

In the end, the right wall only displayed an antique sideboard, the china cupboard, a quaint old ro…

Sideboards

ˈsʌɪdbɔːd

Meanings of Sideboards:

noun

A flat-topped piece of furniture with cupboards and drawers, used for storing crockery, glasses, and table linen.

Usage examples:

In the end, the right wall only displayed an antique sideboard, the china cupboard, a quaint old ro…

Meanings of Sideburn:

noun

A strip of hair grown by a man down each side of the face in front of his ears.

Usage examples:

He kept his small moustache and sideburns neatly trimmed

Meanings of Sideburned:

adjective

Having sideburns.

Sideburns

ˈsaɪd.bɜːnz

Meanings of Sideburns:

noun

A strip of hair grown by a man down each side of the face in front of his ears.

Usage examples:

He kept his small moustache and sideburns neatly trimmed
plural noun

Areas of hair grown down the sides of a man’s face in front of the ears

Sidecar

ˈsaɪd.kɑːr

Meanings of Sidecar:

noun

A small, low vehicle attached to the side of a motorcycle for carrying passengers.

Usage examples:

There were heavy, two-ton personnel carriers, motorcycles with sidecars, and ceremonial sedans.

Sidecars

ˈsaɪd.kɑːr

Meanings of Sidecars:

noun

A small, low vehicle attached to the side of a motorcycle for carrying passengers.

Usage examples:

There were heavy, two-ton personnel carriers, motorcycles with sidecars, and ceremonial sedans.

Meanings of Sided:

adjective

Having sides of a specified number or type.

Usage examples:

Narrow, steep-sided canyons
verb

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

Usage examples:

He felt that max had betrayed him by siding with beatrice
suffix

Having the number of sides mentioned

Usage examples:

A square is a four-sided figure., a many-sided question, a steep-sided hill, the glass-sided classr…

Sidedness

ˌwʌnˈsaɪ.dɪd.nəs

Meanings of Sidedness:

noun

A situation in which only one opinion in an argument is considered, in a way that is unfair

Usage examples:

One-sidedness is never easy to deal with., she made a point about the one-sidedness of some televis…

Sidehill

ˈsʌɪdhɪl

Meanings of Sidehill:

noun

A hillside.

Usage examples:

During the first mile of this section the road-cut turns to trail, and requires climbing out of the…

Meanings of Sidehills:

noun

A hillside.

Usage examples:

During the first mile of this section the road-cut turns to trail, and requires climbing out of the…

Meanings of Sidekick:

noun

A person's assistant or close associate, especially one who has less authority than that person.

Usage examples:

Sherlock holmes' bumbling sidekick watson

Sidekicks

ˈsʌɪdkɪk

Meanings of Sidekicks:

noun

A person's assistant or close associate, especially one who has less authority than that person.

Usage examples:

Sherlock holmes' bumbling sidekick watson

Sidelight

ˈsaɪd.laɪt

Meanings of Sidelight:

noun

A light placed at the side of something.

Usage examples:

A designer village with sidelights along the pathways

Sidelights

ˈsaɪd.laɪt

Meanings of Sidelights:

noun

A light placed at the side of something.

Usage examples:

A designer village with sidelights along the pathways

Meanings of Sideline:

noun

An activity done in addition to one's main job, especially to earn extra income.

Usage examples:

A sideline career as a stand-up comic
verb

Cause (a player) to be unable to play in a team or game.

Usage examples:

An ankle injury has sidelined him for two weeks

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