from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Toward or at one side.
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- adj. Toward a side.
- adv. Toward a side.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In or from a lateral direction; toward the side; sidewise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. toward one side
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"Don't I?" she glowed, with a flirt of the head sideward and a white flash of teeth.
When i am negotiating a large contract with a multinational would it be possible that the activation of said contract could go in a sideward or possibly reverse direction?
Prince Akuli shot an apprehensive glance sideward to where, under the shade of a kukui tree, an old wahine (Hawaiian woman) was just settling herself to begin on some work in hand.
It was a joy to see the faces that tried not to smile with pleasure over the applause for work well done, and to catch the involuntary sideward glances of boyish eyes not yet quite disciplined to the level impassive look of war.
Unwillingly the sideward movement was arrested, and his eyes returned and met the Irishman's.
Good visibility -- make sure to check the rear and sideward visibility in addition to visibility forward.
And then one of the field teams that had a lot of experience working in the North American market found that the part had been designed for near-flat road gradients; Indian roads come with steeper sideward slopes and the vehicles typically tilt on the left side.
Good visibility--make sure to check the rear and sideward visibility in addition to visibility forward.
Without so much as a sideward glance, the car began to plow into the front of the taxi.
I'd watch in wonder as she'd pass the wand across her inner eyelid, removing it samurai-like with a sideward sweep.