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- n. A footpath near a road
- n. A byway
- adj. sidelong
- adv. sideways
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Lateral space for passage or movement, as by the side of a carriageway; a sidewalk.
- Pertaining to lateral movement; moving to or along the side.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. toward one side
- adv. with one side forward or to the front
- adv. from the side; obliquely
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"I'd never hear the truth about it, just kind of sideway stories because my mother was embarrassed."
Instead of hearing criticism of "why are we building another LEO launcher, when we already have launchers that can do the job, or why is Ares going sideway?"
So, yes, I tend to sit on the sideway-facing seats and take my chances that someone will come along who needs it, in which case I offer up the seat.
No issues with anything stopping working, and while the trackpad is small (hi, it's a computer that is less than half the sixe -- sideway -- of a MBP 17 ), it's extremely usable, and I haven't had a lick of trouble with it.
He took a single sideway step and looked around Charlie Matthias.
Tom moved to his right, beginning a slow sideway circle, always keeping his sword ready.
They operate at least 50 trucks, with sideway hydrolic dumping system.
Now if it was a sideway stab at his age, it was clever, and I like clever.
I bent down and grabbed an armful of material and stepped sideway and got out.
Despite the snarky sideway snickers of my sister, ever the doubter, I refused to dumb down dinner, and committed to cook as I always have, with no special orders of PB&J.