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Synonyms for side

Synonyms for side

one of two or more contrasted parts or places identified by its location with respect to a center

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one of two or more opposing opinions, actions, or attitudes, as in a disagreement

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the particular angle from which something is considered

to furnish with a covering of a different material

side with: to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference location

one of two or more contesting groups

an aspect of something (as contrasted with some other implied aspect)

a line segment forming part of the perimeter of a plane figure

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a lengthwise dressed half of an animal's carcass used for food

an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute

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(sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist

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take sides for or against

located on a side

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References in classic literature ?
For a moment the bull stood bellowing and quivering with pain and rage, its cloven hoofs widespread, its tail lashing viciously from side to side, and then, in a mad orgy of bucking it went careening about the arena in frenzied attempt to unseat its rending rider.
Swinging his bloody horns from side to side the beast cut a wide swath before him straight upward toward our seats.
Alleyne, staggering to the side, was about to hurl himself after him, but Hordle John dragged him back by the girdle.
You would need wings ere you could reach Sir Nigel's side.
What would I not have given at that moment to have been by his side.
On each side of the fall, two lofty and perpendicular bluffs buttressed the sides of the enormous cliff, and projected into the sea of verdure with which the valley waved, and a range of similar projecting eminences stood disposed in a half circle about the head if the vale.
The soldiers, having searched this side of the valley after a fashion, and being perhaps somewhat sleepy with the sultriness of the afternoon, had now laid by much of their vigilance, and stood dozing at their posts or only kept a look-out along the banks of the river; so that in this way, keeping down the valley and at the same time towards the mountains, we drew steadily away from their neighbourhood.
Sometimes they chanced upon other wolves, usually in pairs; but there was no friendliness of intercourse displayed on either side, no gladness at meeting, no desire to return to the pack-formation.
He had been thinking what was best to be done, and now he asked the Woodman to chop away the end of the tree that rested on their side of the ditch.
Right down below the White Horse is a curious deep and broad gully called "the Manger," into one side of which the hills fall with a series of the most lovely sweeping curves, known as "the Giant's Stairs.
I had not time to be afraid, but as the blow still hung impending, leaped in a trice upon one side, and missing my foot in the soft sand, rolled headlong down the slope.
The bees instantly began on both sides to excavate little basins near to each other, in the same way as before; but the ridge of wax was so thin, that the bottoms of the basins, if they had been excavated to the same depth as in the former experiment, would have broken into each other from the opposite sides.
At my right was a great, slow-moving eddy that circled far beneath the cliff's overhanging side, and to rest my tired muscles before turning back I let my boat drift into its embrace.
And here he was sitting by her side as her betrothed, seeing, hearing, feeling her nearness, her breathing, her movements, her beauty.
Perry chose the front-room, placed on the other side of the cottage, next to the two smaller apartments occupied by Hester and her maid.