Definitions

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  • adjective adjacent

Etymologies

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From side + by + side.

Examples

  • Sometimes the word marches side-by-side with anti-war sentiment, as it did in the Vietnam era when Sen. George McGovern issued his call to "Come home, America."

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • It's a small difference numerically that's noticeable in the images when viewed side-by-side, which is exactly how Webwereld displayed it.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • When we take the green flag after a caution period, we line up side-by-side, which is totally different for this form of racing.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • But side-by-side evaluations of Old English which sprang from Germanic and its daughter West Germanic and Latin vocabularies confirm that the two branches in fact share a sizable pool of closely related words.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Motaope and I are like two human pistons, pumping away side-by-side throughout the night.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • But side-by-side evaluations of Old English which sprang from Germanic and its daughter West Germanic and Latin vocabularies confirm that the two branches in fact share a sizable pool of closely related words.

    The English Is Coming!

  • The Clairol question came up again Wednesday on the "Today" show when Michelle Obama was shown side-by-side photos of the president taken on Jan. 19: His hair is salt-and-pepper in the morning but looks darker later in the day.

    Does Barack Obama dye his hair? The first lady says no, but would any politician admit to doing it?

  • It's crammed with startling information about how Spain's Christians, Jews and Muslims lived side-by-side, their weaving cultures at times melding, opposing, and reinforcing each other in a fascinating period that runs roughly from the 10th century to the end of the 15th century when Ferdinand and Isabella stamped out Spain's religious pluralism during the Inquisition.

    Richard C. Morais: Mixing It Up in 11th Century Spain

  • It's crammed with startling information about how Spain's Christians, Jews and Muslims lived side-by-side, their weaving cultures at times melding, opposing, and reinforcing each other in a fascinating period that runs roughly from the 10th century to the end of the 15th century when Ferdinand and Isabella stamped out Spain's religious pluralism during the Inquisition.

    Richard C. Morais: Mixing It Up in 11th Century Spain

  • "Slow Dancing" was displayed so three films were shown side-by-side simultaneously.

    Life's Dramas in Slow Motion

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