- directed or moving toward one side.
- Also side·wards. toward one side.
Origin of sideward
Related Words for sidewardoblique, side, incidental, postern, roundabout, subsidiary, subordinate, lateral, secondary, skirting, crabwise, edgeways, flanking, sidelong, sideward, ancillary, indirect, lesser, marginal, off-center
Examples from the Web for sideward
Historical Examples of sideward
No sideward glance they cast nor backward did Margaret ever look.St. Cuthbert's
Robert E. Knowles
He saw it all with a sideward glance, his attention on the prowler.Space Prison
Tam Wylie probed him slyly, with a sideward glimmer in his eye.The House with the Green Shutters
George Douglas Brown
Cicely demanded, indicating the nurse with a sideward wave of her head.Jupiter Lights
Constance Fenimore Woolson
He gazed at her villainously, out of sideward, blood-shot eyes.Shadows of Flames
- directed or moving towards one side
- towards one side