/ (ˈtaɪnˌsaɪd) /
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the conurbation on the banks of the Tyne from Newcastle to the coastRelated word: Geordie
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Words nearby Tyneside
Tyndareus, Tyne, Tyne and Wear, Tynemouth, Tyner, Tyneside, Tynwald, typ., typal, type, type 1 diabetes
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How to use Tyneside in a sentence
Between the two great Tyneside towns the river is narrower than at almost any point of its course from Hexham to the sea.
There is a Tyneside glass industry still, but it no longer maintains its former eminence amongst local trades.
From the river itself the blackness, the squalor, the apparent dilapidation, of these Tyneside towns are not so conspicuous.
It was the signal to the Division, which included the Tyneside Irish, that the hour of battle had come.The Irish on the Somme|Michael MacDonagh
The news spread everywhere, and the people on the Tyneside knew that the hand of the oppressor was upon them.The Great War in England in 1897|William Le Queux