[oh-puh n-sahy-did]


having a side or sides open. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for open-sided

Historical Examples of open-sided

  • In a few minutes we came to an open-sided hut, with a thatched roof.

  • The cango is a sort of open-sided basket slung on a pole, and carried by two men in the same way that a sedan-chair is carried.

    How to Travel

    Thomas W. Knox

  • The flea-bitten gray pony was saddled by a sleepy saice, and brought round from his open-sided thatch stable in the rear.

    Rung Ho!

    Talbot Mundy

  • Climbing the few steps that led to the open-sided loggia, we found it furnished with a couple of rush-bottomed chairs.

    The Fortunate Isles

    Mary Stuart Boyd

  • On one edge of the clearing was a small grass house, open-sided, a mere rain-shelter.


    Jack London