verb (used without object), si·dled, si·dling.
Words nearby sidle
Origin of sidle
OTHER WORDS FROM sidlesi·dling·ly, adverbun·si·dling, adjective
Examples from the Web for sidle
He resisted the lures of the buckle bunnies who linger late in a rodeo arena, looking to sidle up against the winners.
Best Seat in the House: Sidle up to the glossy bar in the Lobby; reserve a table near the fireplace in the Punch Room.Where to Fall in Love—or Just Get Drunk—on Valentine’s Day|Condé Nast Traveler|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sidle up to the King Cole Bar at the St. Regis Hotel, the alleged originator of the Bloody Mary.
Look in my face while I snuff the sidle of evening, Talk honestly, for no one else hears you, and I stay only a minute longer.
However, now is the chance to sidle up to the newly engaged royal—or at least a faux version of him.
An' I tole Cap'n that I've got kind o' superstitious 'bout them boats as make a near call an' then sidle off.Janet of the Dunes|Harriet T. Comstock
He could whirl her, dip her, sidle her, lead or pursue her; and she obeyed his will as instantly as if he were her owner.What Will People Say?|Rupert Hughes
Zouche shrugged his shoulders, and began to sidle aimlessly along the roadway.Temporal Power|Marie Corelli
The ants cannot recognise one another apart; they show their mandibles, and then sidle away in a panic.The Forerunners|Romain Rolland
The eleventh is a new hole, when we sidle along the railway; and then we drive out to sea once more at the Fox.The Golf Courses of the British Isles|Bernard Darwin