sidle


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  • verb

Synonyms for sidle

Synonyms for sidle

to advance carefully and gradually

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Synonyms for sidle

move unobtrusively or furtively

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move sideways

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References in classic literature ?
Phil makes no reply, but seizing the chair and its load, sidles away, tightly bugged by the now speechless Mr.
the box turtles sidle, through the sun-warmed reeds to the water.
No matter how unobtrusively scientists sidle up to them, animals still get spooked.
The "CSI Las Vegas" girls Sara Sidle, Morgan Brody and Julie Finlay looked forward to the forensics conference to sneak in some much needed relaxation.
Luisa Mansaf, Heidi Ellis, Amy Sidle, Alicia Mansaf and Sarah Milner are part of the cooKery school's monthly Friday group.
Sidle had worked with the Alchemy folks at Violet Hour; they convinced him to come to New York and help them do a complete rebuild to create Pouring Ribbons.
TREE-MENDOUS: Above from left, Sarah Birtle, Haley Reed, Kai Bates, Jazmin Mclaren, Kirsty Winn, William Rose, Izzy Sidle, Izak Sidle and Karen Clark
Pad around in slippers, if you like--lots of apres-skiers do, as they sidle to the bar for a Bloody Mary.
The Yemeni and Turkish businessmen will hold bilateral meetings on the sidle line of the visit, Thabit said, pointing to the possibility of creating investment partnership.
Season 10 will see Jorja Fox returning as Sara Sidle in multiple episodes and our sources have revealed that all three series will be involved in a crossover storyline later this year.
Not only do they have 22 new episodes to sink their teeth into, but this opening instalment also sees the return of fans' favourite Sara Sidle.
Sidle (Kyoto University) describes the natural factors influencing landslides, the initiation mechanisms of slope failures and landslides, methods of assessing landslide hazards, and the major land use activities that globally influence mass wasting and affect slope stability.
Clinton Sidle, Palgrave Macmillan, September, 2005, 256 pages, $16.
Brian Sidle got out of bed to get a drink of water at about 11 p.
He took care of business, but then he would also sidle up beside you and tell you how he had bought a boat and he and his family were going to the river for 1 1/2 weeks.