- sidelong or sideways; obliquely.
- having an oblique position; inclined or sloping.
Origin of sideling
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Examples from the Web for sideling
Foley, slipped far down in his chair, eyed the contractors with a sideling, insolent glance.The Walking Delegate
He may commence by sideling toward other horses or objects on his left, or by suddenly turning around to the right.The American Horsewoman
The distance from the foot to the summit of Sideling Hill is four miles, and it is the longest hill on the road.The Old Pike
Thomas B. Searight
The next day, as usual, we blacked and painted, and waylaid them near Sideling Hill.History of the Early Settlement of the Juniata Valley</p>
U. J. (Uriah James) Jones
This was an awkward position in which to command his footing along a sideling, icy path.North-Pole Voyages
Zachariah Atwell Mudge