sided

[ sahy-did ]
/ ˈsaɪ dɪd /

adjective

having a specified number or kind of sides (often used in combination): five-sided; plastic-sided.

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Origin of sided

late Middle English word dating back to 1425–75; see origin at side1, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM sided

un·sid·ed, adjective

Definition for sided (2 of 2)

side1
[ 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.

Origin of side

1
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
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British Dictionary definitions for sided

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 sided

side

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