verb (used without object), si·dled, si·dling.
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Origin of sidle
OTHER WORDS FROM sidlesi·dling·ly, adverbun·si·dling, adjective
Words nearby sidle
Example sentences from the Web for sidling
Still, Obama sidling up to bondholders should come as no surprise.Barack Obama’s Herbert Hoover Budget a Political Boon for Republicans|Lloyd Green|April 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They deployed much like Western drug dealers, sidling up to pedestrians to whisper, “Dog, got a dog.”
Sidling along the rear wall of the grand stand, he reached the corner and thrust out his head.Ann Arbor Tales|Karl Edwin Harriman
This made him draw rein, and advance with caution in a sidling and indirect manner.Six Months at the Cape|R.M. Ballantyne
Very warily he made his approaches, sidling down the ledge so as to give his quarry the least possible room for escape.Kings in Exile|Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
Chief seemed uneasy, sidling away from the light, snorting and shaking his head.The Land of Strong Men|Arthur M. Chisholm
"It is magnificent to be such a willing—" added Schliemann, sidling up to him with a dreadful leer on his face.Three More John Silence Stories|Algernon Blackwood