side

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[ sahyd ]
/ saɪd /

noun

adjective

Verb Phrases past and past participle sid·ed, present participle sid·ing.

side with/against, to favor or support or refuse to support one group, opinion, etc., against opposition; take sides, as in a dispute: He always sides with the underdog.

Idioms for side

Origin of side

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before 900; Middle English; Old English sīde (noun); cognate with Dutch zijde, German Seite, Old Norse sītha

OTHER WORDS FROM side

side·less, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH side

side sighed

Definition for side (2 of 2)

side2
[ sahyd ]
/ saɪd /

adjective Scot. and North England.

(especially of a woman's dress or a man's beard) long and loose-flowing.

Origin of side

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before 900; Middle English; Old English sīd ample, large, extending lengthwise; cognate with Old Norse sīthr long, Low German sied low
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British Dictionary definitions for side

side
/ (saɪd) /

noun

adjective

verb

Word Origin for side

Old English sīde; related to sīd wide, Old Norse sītha side, Old High German sīta
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Idioms and Phrases with side

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