from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. On the waterfront of a port: taking a stroll portside; a portside restaurant.
- adv. Nautical On the port side of a ship or boat: skirting a lighthouse portside; the portside oar.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. On the port side of a ship.
- n. An area alongside a port.
The blatant hypocrisy of the statist portside is inspiring.
Before Sisko could think of something to say, he heard the doors of the upper, portside turbolift whisper open.
The portside doors in the aft bulkhead parted, revealing Ensign Ni-Jalikreii.
I traveled on and remembered how when I was a boy I'd grow tired of reading stories about pirates and drop my book and run outside to roll down the portside of Olive Street Hill, climb back up and try the starboard side, dreaming the whole time treasures were coins clinking in your hand, joy was buying the next round.
Obama has his hand on the tiller, listing to the portside.
A limited number of passes is available at the Cannes Cinema booth at the portside Village Panthiero.
Step through the crowds of yacht-gawkers and visit the portside Mus
A picture emerged on the screen below: Michael with his whole portside kicked in.
"We took something, portside forward," Gillespie said.
One spurt bomb rack had vanished, and the portside propulsion tower was dented and holed.
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