Definitions

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  • noun the side that is on the west
  • adjective of the western part of a city

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One sector of Paramount is called the West Side and Belridge, after the oil family that once owned the land here as well as Resnicks’ Sunset Boulevard house; the other is called the East Side.

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

  • One sector of Paramount is called the West Side and Belridge, after the oil family that once owned the land here as well as Resnicks’ Sunset Boulevard house; the other is called the East Side.

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

  • Up the West Side is the elevated highway that Robert Moses built, abandoned and rusted in the sun.

    What I Did Wrong

  • Up the West Side is the elevated highway that Robert Moses built, abandoned and rusted in the sun.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • When I first moved to the city I thought the bitter smell of coffee grounds along the West Side was a chemical response created by abrasion of river air against New York brownstone, but Mark told me it came from the Hoboken coffee plant.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • When I first moved to the city I thought the bitter smell of coffee grounds along the West Side was a chemical response created by abrasion of river air against New York brownstone, but Mark told me it came from the Hoboken coffee plant.

    What I Did Wrong

  • Then she gunned the Benz up onto the decrepit roller coaster known as the West Side

    Honeymoon

  • A moving object called the West Side stadium plan has hit the immovable force called Albany.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • A Stadium's Uses One of the most controversial planned multi-use facilities in the city is the New York Sports and Convention Center, otherwise know as the West Side football stadium.

    Last of the Empire Builders

  • "What's driving a lot of this debate about what we might build on the West Side is a recognition that something needs to happen on the West Side-there is enormous potential there, there is enormous pent-up demand in terms of the city being able to grow," Mr. Cross said.

    Rudy Wants a Stadium Built on West Side--And So Do the Jets

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