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  • n. Plural form of sideyard.

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Examples

  • Military helicopters swooped in Sunday for a dramatic air evacuation of Westerners from a second threatened Ivory Coast city, whirring in before dawn to pluck missionaries, Peace Corps workers and orphans from soccer fields and sideyards there.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Large rear additions and sunless sideyards carried out the idea of a former gentry.

    Bohemian Days Three American Tales

  • We can go where the paperboy goes, where the mailman goes or where the public can go, but we cannot enter backyards, sideyards.

    The OBSERVER

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