sideline


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Synonyms for sideline

stand on the sidelines

Synonyms

  • not get involved
  • not take part
  • not participate
  • be passive

Synonyms for sideline

a line that marks the side boundary of a playing field

Related Words

remove from the center of activity or attention

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What I come down on the sideline for is, ok, I think it's important to have a presence on the sideline as well."
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After 13 years on the sideline, it only took one game in the box to make Neal a convert.
Gerry Plescia, CEO of Cross Country, said, "The acquisition of Sideline to Cross Country is an important strategic initiative as we seek to expand our North American capabilities.
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There are few medical standby companies that can provide sideline medical care that specialize in orthopedic injuries and head/spinal injuries.
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The late BO SCHEMBECHLER on his infamous sideline tantrums: "I really think that every great coach I've ever known has been a great actor.
You are the sideline doc at the conference championship football game.
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With the exception of the Cleveland Browns, who begin play next season, all teams for the first time will have the same resource for Pro Line uniforms, hats and sideline wear.