- beside oneself,
- beside the point,
Origin of besides
Examples from the Web for besides
And besides, as a nation, we hold this truth to be self-evident: resolutions are made to be broken.
Besides, victory fever had spread like wildfire throughout the Allied armies.
One would be in the midst of a lot of actors, and besides, they're really only good for impressing shopgirls.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Besides the blatant silliness of it all, it does raise some questions—and not about sex.The UK’s War on Porn: ‘Proof That Men Making These Rules Do Not See Women as Equals’|Aurora Snow|December 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Besides, the Dalai Lama had already laughed about its improbability.
Besides, it is needful to remember what star and what sign of the Zodiac rules the sick person.The Pharaoh and the Priest|Alexander Glovatski
The rain of the preceding evening had besides so softened the ground that it would not well retain an impression.
Besides their own consumption, great quantities are sent to the north of Ireland.A Tour in Ireland|Arthur Young
Besides, there was Dave McFadden, and the thought of sleeping near him was almost terrifying.The Rosie World|Parker Fillmore
Besides, his arms did not bear the slightest trace of a wound.The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar|Maurice Leblanc
attested from c.1200 (common after c.1400), from beside + adverbial genitive -s. Once sharing all the senses of beside, now properly limited to "in addition to, otherwise."