sideway

[ sahyd-wey ]
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noun
  1. a byway.

adjective, adverb

Origin of sideway

1
First recorded in 1605–15; side1 + way1

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How to use sideway in a sentence

  • I started back to the house by the side way, and met Rufe coming up the walk toward the front door.

    The Annals of Ann | Kate Trimble Sharber
  • Come out here the side way—ach, how nice it is out here on the porch!

    Just Around the Corner | Fannie Hurst
  • In a side way she had hinted that Ayala, at any rate at present, was far from favourable to Tom's suit.

    Ayala's Angel | Anthony Trollope
  • I'll go out the side way and amble around to the front door the same time they do.

    Quin | Alice Hegan Rice
  • So I gets him down a side way on a board walk where the attractions were some less violent.

    The Four Million | O. Henry