verb (used without object), side·stepped, side·step·ping.
verb (used with object), side·stepped, side·step·ping.
- sidestream smoke,
Origin of sidestep
Examples from the Web for sidestep
But Pragnell is hoping Casa Bruja will sidestep the trend's downturn.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A man appears to sidestep Graham as she walks by, then begins to follow her.Person of Interest Identified in Disappearance of UVA Student Hannah Graham|Julia Horowitz|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Justice Thurgood Marshall saw this sidestep for what it was.Affirmative Action Isn’t Oppressive, but the Roberts Court Wants to End It Anyway|Mike Sacks|April 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The only question now is whether Boehner has the onions to sidestep the radicals.
Sidestep snobby French cab drivers by hiring an iPad-toting chauffeur-driven car.
By the time Kinton's aging muscles obeyed his impulse to sidestep, the spear had already hurtled past.Exile|Horace Brown Fyfe
He was walking briskly along the road toward home, when along came a Ford which he did not sidestep quite in time.Jokes For All Occasions|Anonymous
"I just somehow kain't git over the notion she ought to sidestep them little rocks and holes of her own accord," he exclaimed.The Killer|Stewart Edward White
Cautiously, prepared for a lunge or a sidestep, Kazan advanced a little.Kazan|James Oliver Curwood
He saw that Cheever was quicker than he at the feint and the sidestep.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes