from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of side-by-side.
- adv. close to each other, together
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. close together and abreast; in company or along with.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space
- adj. closely related or associated
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It would seem logical that the man who would seek to solve this paradox of not enough production existing side by side with men fruitlessly seeking work would be a Left-Winger, an economist with strong sympathies for the proletariat, an angry man.
Indeed, he expressed the hope that rival imperialisms might arrange a kind of final settlement of the world and exist peaceably side by side on a live-and-let-live basis.
The captains sat side by side on both sides of Pergammon.
To elucidate her answer, Fairweather, her warm blue eyes animated behind tortoiseshell glasses, lines up three eight-and-a-half by eleven sheets of paper, turns them horizontally, and lays them side by side in one thirty-three-inch stretch.
Da Vinci'sThe Last Supper,a long, narrow paint-by-number I had received for my twelfth birthday, was cut and the pieces taped side by side in the living room windows.
The pan of those squat, unremarkable homes, stacked side by side like rotting teeth, reminds me of the one-streetlight town near an ugly, blue-collar city where I was raised.
The rest, according to Dr. Thacher, “were brought in carts to the place of execution . . . and placed side by side on the scaffold with halters round their necks, their coffins before their eyes, their graves open to their view, and thousands of spectators bemoaning their awful doom.”
It was Crossfield whom Armstrong came to replace, yet, recalls Armstrong, We were side by side in the office for nearly a year….
I use the term waterbed in reference to an analogy that I often make in the seminar: A family of five is akin to five people lying side by side on a waterbed.
What is certain is that the two Churches have existed side by side for two thousand years; the Church of Peter that upholds Jesus as not only the perfect man but also as God incarnate—and the Church of John that sees Jesus as quite the reverse.