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one of the surfaces forming the outside of or bounding a thing, or one of the lines bounding a geometric figure.
either of the two broad surfaces of a thin, flat object, as a door, a piece of paper, etc.
one of the lateral surfaces of an object, as opposed to the front, back, top, and bottom.
either of the two lateral parts or areas of a thing
the right side and the left side.
either lateral half of the body, esp. of the trunk, of a human or animal.
the dressed, lengthwise half of an animal's body, as of beef or pork, used for food.
an aspect or phase, esp. as contrasted with another aspect or phase
to consider all sides of a problem.
region, direction, or position with reference to a central line, space, or point
the east side of a city.
a slope, as of a hill.
one of two or more contesting teams, groups, parties, etc.
Our side won the baseball game.
the position, course, or part of a person or group opposing another
I am on your side in this issue.
line of descent through either the father or the mother
grandparents on one's maternal side.
the space immediately adjacent to something or someone indicated
Stand at my side.
Informal . a side dish, as in a restaurant
I'll have a hamburger and a side of French fries.
Usually, sides. Theater .
pages of a script containing only the lines and cues of a specific role to be learned by a performer.
the lines of the role.
Nautical . the hull portion that is normally out of the water, located between the stem and stern to port or starboard.
Billiards . English ( def. 8 ) .
Slang . a phonograph record.
Chiefly British Slang .
affected manner; pretension; assumed haughtiness
to put on side.
impudence; gall
He has a lot of side.
on the (specified) side, rather more than less; tending toward (the quality or condition specified)
This cake is a little on the sweet side.


being at or on one side
the side aisles of a theater.
coming from one side.
directed toward one side
a side blow.
subordinate or incidental
a side issue.

Verb phrase

side with or against, to favor or support or refuse to support one group, opinion, etc., against opposition; take sides, as in a dispute
He always sides with the underdog.


on the side
Informal .
separate from the main issue or point of interest.
in addition to one's regular, or known work, interest, relationships, etc.
She tried selling cosmetics on the side. He dates another girl on the side.
as a side dish
a hamburger with French fries on the side.
side by side
next to one another; together.
closely associated or related; in proximity
A divided city in which democracy and communism must live side by side.
take sides
to give one's support to one person or group in a dispute; be partial to one side
We were careful not to take sides for fear of getting personally involved.
the far side
the farther or opposite side
the far side of the moon.


important , major , serious
extremity , inside , middle , torso


ancillary , incidental , indirect , lateral , lesser , marginal , not the main , oblique , off-center , postern , roundabout , secondary , sidelong , sideward , sideways , sidewise , skirting , subordinate , subsidiary , superficial , collateral , homonymous , ipsilateral , juxtaposed , juxtapositional , parallel , unilateral
aspect , attitude , border , bottom , boundary , direction , disposition , division , elevation , face , facet , flank , front , hand , haunch , jamb , lee , limit , loin , margin , part , perimeter , periphery , posture , quarter , rear , rim , sector , stance , stand , surface , top , verge , view , wing , angle , appearance , belief , light , opinion , outlook , phase , position , slant , standpoint , viewpoint , behalf , belligerent , camp , cause , combatant , competition , contestant , crew , enemy , faction , foe , interest , party , rival , sect , team , frame of reference , regard , respect , broadside , profile
clad , cover , sheathe , skin
phrasal verb
advocate , back , champion , endorse , get behind , plump for , recommend , stand behind , stand by , uphold

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  • a side road.
  • on or toward the port side.
  • paralysis of one side of the body.
  • paralysis of one side of the body.
  • the side or slope of a hill.
  • to place close together or side by side, esp. for comparison or contrast., verb, appose , bring near , bring together , connect , pair , place in proximity , set side by side
  • arranged on one side only; unilateral.
  • the side or border of the road; wayside., on or near the side of a road.
  • directed or moving toward one side., also, sidewards. toward one side.
  • directed or moving toward one side., also, sidewards. toward one side.

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