sideway

[ sahyd-wey ]
/ ˈsaɪdˌweɪ /
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noun

a byway.

adjective, adverb

Origin of sideway

First recorded in 1605–15; side1 + way1
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Examples from the Web for side-way

  • Then they kissed our hands, and left the house by a side-way.

  • As for the colt, he gave one side-way jump, then started off helter-skelter, mad with fright.

    Wild Margaret|Geraldine Fleming

Word Origin and History for side-way

side-way


n.

also sideway, 1550s, lateral space for passage or movement," from side (n.) + way.

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