Definition of side:

part of speech: verb

To embrace the opinions of one party in opposition to another.

part of speech: adjective

Towards the side; lateral.

part of speech: noun

The part of a body lying between the extremity of the front and back throughout its entire length; the margin; edge; border; quarter; region; party; sect; branch of a family; any part or position viewed as opposite, or as contrasted with another; used to denote consanguinity, as, by the mother's side.

Usage examples:

  • On our side we agree. William Black in "The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols".
  • He and Hew Lingard were sitting side by side opposite Mr. and Mrs. Pache. Marie Belloc Lowndes in "Jane Oglander".
  • Dick Wantele and Mabel Digby drew a little to one side Marie Belloc Lowndes in "Jane Oglander".
  • He turned over on his side Alexander Irvine in "My Lady of the Chimney Corner".

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