besides vs beside

besides beside

Definitions

  • 1) conjunctive moreover; furthermore
  • 2) conjunctive also; in addition
  • 3) conjunctive moreover; furthermore
  • 4) conjunctive otherwise; else
  • 5) conjunctive also; in addition
  • 6) conjunctive otherwise; else
  • 7) In addition; also.
  • 8) Moreover; furthermore.
  • 9) Otherwise; else.
  • 10) obsolete On one side.
  • 11) obsolete On one side.
  • 12) More than that; over and above; not included in the number, or in what has been mentioned; moreover; in addition.
  • 13) making an additional point; anyway
  • 14) in addition
  • 15) Sometimesbeside.
  • 16) Bythesideof;near.
  • 17) Other than; except; bating.
  • 18) Ononeside;aside.
  • 19) By the side of; near.
  • 20) Moreover; more than that; further.
  • 21) Beyond; away from: as, quite besides the Subject.
  • 22) Sometimes beside.
  • 23) Not included in that mentioned; otherwise; else.
  • 24) Over and above; separate or distinct from; in addition to: as, besides these honors he received much money.
  • 25) In addition; over and above; as well.
  • 26) On one side; aside.
  • 27) other than; except for; instead of
  • 28) obsolete beside
  • 29) obsolete beside
  • 30) in addition, in addition to
  • 31) In addition to.
  • 32) Except for; other than.
  • 33) Over and above; separate or distinct from; in addition to; other than; else than. See beside, prep., 3, and Syn. under beside.

Definitions

  • 1) In addition.
  • 2) Nearby.
  • 3) Outof;awayfrom.
  • 4) Contrary to.
  • 5) Same as besides, which is now the common form.
  • 6) Without.
  • 7) Out of; in a state deviating from.
  • 8) At the side of; near: as, sit down beside me, or beside the stream.
  • 9) Contraryto.
  • 10) Apart from; not connected with; not according to.
  • 11) Synonyms Beside, Besides. Beside, by the side of; besides, in addition to.
  • 12) Out of; away from.
  • 13) Over and above; distinct from.
  • 14) Not relevant to.
  • 15) Next to; at the side of.
  • 16) Except for.
  • 17) On an equal footing with.
  • 18) In addition to.
  • 19) In comparison with.
  • 20) Not relevant to.
  • 21) At the side of; next to.
  • 22) to be out of one's wits or senses.
  • 23) At the side of; on one side of.
  • 24) Over and above; distinct from; in addition to.
  • 25) Aside from; out of the regular course or order of; in a state of deviation from; out of.
  • 26) (beside (oneself)) In a state of extreme excitement or agitation.
  • 27) (beside (oneself)) In a state of extreme excitement or agitation.

Examples

  • 1) This unprepossessing mare must defy her own humble origins and much more besides.
  • 2) They will soon be able to afford much else besides.
  • 3) besides, surely quality is better than quantity?
  • 4) besides, he surely deserves a safer seat.
  • 5) We can learn together some prehistory - and much else besides.
  • 6) It is all of those things - and much more besides.
  • 7) And during these meals we discuss not only cooking, but books and culture and much besides.
  • 8) He needs more besides that, though.
  • 9) besides now, what customs has he put down?
  • 10) besides, now that we mostly shop online a happy postman is the key to life.
  • 11) besides, now might be a good time to move on.
  • 12) There is much else besides.
  • 13) But at this time of year I struggle to see any good in it or much else besides.
  • 14) besides, surely no one knew her husband better than Gwen.
  • 15) This, and much besides, is fresh and convincing.
  • 16) Let's keep going, for it was much else besides.
  • 17) And there's much, much more besides.
  • 18) besides, though the caps will cause hardship and dislocation, they are not in themselves unreasonable.
  • 19) Now, besides running, she likes to ski as much as possible.
  • 20) besides, she's a lot calmer nowadays.
  • 21) The forces of globalisation, multiculturalism and commercialism combined to transform the fabric of football, and much else besides.
  • 22) ‘What more could a woman want besides the perfect family and the perfect home?’
  • 23) ‘Do people besides your family and your close circle of friends like these songs?’
  • 24) ‘What do they have, being so far away from home and their families, besides my support?’
  • 25) ‘She had never told anyone besides her family that she loved them, not even Alex and it felt so strange to her.’
  • 26) ‘I had never had anyone tell me that they loved me - besides my family of course.’
  • 27) ‘She couldn't remember a time where anyone she knew besides her family had seen her in a dress.’
  • 28) ‘Kim was all alone, and he was just about the only family she had left besides her grandma.’
  • 29) ‘Never before had he felt such strong emotions for anyone else besides his family.’
  • 30) ‘There was no sense in trying to put the blame on anyone besides their parents.’
  • 31) ‘The large room was nearly cleared out besides the remaining players and judges.’
  • 32) ‘Parents can find something for their kids on the web besides games and fun.’
  • 33) ‘Are there other resources that you can look at besides just talking to friends and family?’
  • 34) ‘When I got out, it was silent, like it is now, besides a little wind blowing the red sand around outside.’
  • 35) ‘We didn't know for awhile whether or not anyone knew besides the top officials.’
  • 36) ‘Why should children learn about anything besides happiness and love and compassion?’
  • 37) ‘Was he afraid, do you think, of having potentially another name on the ballot besides his own?’
  • 38) ‘Candidates were asked which nation, besides Canada, concerns them the most.’
  • 39) ‘A good teacher should have in-depth knowledge and ability to think besides a good reach and aptitude.’
  • 40) ‘The couple, who have two other children, still feel the council should have targeted other youngsters besides their son.’
  • 41) ‘There are many options for members besides the gym and swimming pool.’
  • 42) ‘He is the best finisher in England and a lot more besides.’
  • 43) ‘The ground floor is a warren of rooms crammed with every kind of device you ever saw in an ironmonger's, and quite a lot more besides.’
  • 44) ‘It is all glam by comparison, a busy street, four lanes wide with a lot of the local amenities and lots more besides.’
  • 45) ‘He knows the goals are an easy way to any supporter's heart, but he reckons his lanky winger offers a lot more besides.’
  • 46) ‘In my own childhood home, she was this and a whole lot more besides.’
  • 47) ‘Not only do you get pictures like those below but lots more besides.’
  • 48) ‘But caps and hoods nowadays seem to be a cover for mischief and a lot worse besides.’
  • 49) ‘Both had given heart and soul and a lot more besides to win the match and yet one was the victor and the other vanquished.’
  • 50) ‘I know you've been travelling a lot and been sick besides, so it may not have made it into an update.’
  • 51) ‘He can do that, but he does a lot more besides, and that is what makes him special.’
  • 52) ‘All this is detailed - and a lot more besides in his book.’
  • 53) ‘I could see there was a lot of other stuff inside there too, and a lot more money besides.’
  • 54) ‘There will be much more besides, so make sure you are there when the fun begins at 11 am on Sunday.’
  • 55) ‘Smoking causes cancer and many other nasty things besides, and I would be delighted if the entire world stopped tomorrow.’
  • 56) ‘All of these, and plenty more besides, are reasons to criticise.’
  • 57) ‘She put her name to the single market, the bedrock of European union, and to several other fundamental agreements besides.’
  • 58) ‘It's like getting a speeding ticket, paying for nothing and getting demerits on your record besides.’
  • 59) ‘More often than not he lost it and a good deal more besides.’
  • 60) ‘She equaled him on the ski runs and tennis courts and was a far more conscientious student besides.’
  • 61) ‘I still own all his albums from 1969 to 1983, plus all sorts of other stuff besides.’
  • 62) ‘She had got used to the idea, and besides, death was very much like life, only without the worries.’
  • 63) ‘I cannot afford black market fuel and besides, I have no idea where to get it!’
  • 64) ‘Furthermore, besides food intake, other factors can also affect stool size.’
  • 65) ‘This seemed a satisfactory explanation - now we could continue; besides I was starting to go numb.’
  • 66) ‘She has no idea what she possesses and besides she is needed for the ceremony.’
  • 67) ‘No one would look there and besides, the paper was too small to piece together again.’
  • 68) ‘It's a lot more fun that way and, besides, I'm entitled to expect people to make allowance.’
  • 69) ‘You're a guest, and besides, sleeping in a bed would be a lot better for your back than the couch.’
  • 70) ‘And besides, this rule wasn't made clear to the students in most of the colleges.’
  • 71) ‘And besides, the real reason you want a hard case is because of the unspeakable things that happen to cases in airports.’
  • 72) ‘And besides, if and when it does happen, he believes it will be an opportunity to improve the quality of provision.’
  • 73) ‘We used to respect each other a lot more, and besides they had a natural authority over players.’
  • 74) ‘And besides, to be able to create emotions with writing is formidable as it is.’
  • 75) ‘So the fiber evidence is, I think, extremely weak and besides, she lived in the home.’
  • 76) ‘That doesn't leave a lot of time for breakfast, and besides, I don't like to eat that early.’

Examples

  • 1) But it pales beside the one his missus continues to live in.
  • 2) He was standing beside a woman pal with a pushchair when he noticed smoke pouring from his trouser pocket.
  • 3) On the way back he was running beside a high wall that hid him from anyone lower down the hillside.
  • 4) He had been assigned to stand guard beside one of the caged men as they drove in a column through a baying mob.
  • 5) Two or three people on the train thought it licensed them to come over and sit beside him and menace him and be dreadful.
  • 6) A friend joined a couple of years back and stands beside me.
  • 7) And why is that dog not running beside her?
  • 8) His vehicle had stopped behind spectators waiting beside the ninth fairway.
  • 9) Today it stands beside the most dangerous shipping lane in the world.
  • 10) With their ankles tethered they could only hobble along together beside the mounted horsemen.
  • 11) Yet these surges pale beside the rise in the global elite fortunes.
  • 12) Abandoned picnic areas stand forlornly beside the road.
  • 13) All of which pale beside the consciously spectacular architecture.
  • 14) We sit cross-legged beside half a drum kit.
  • 15) And the English amble along and put their crosses beside absolutely anyone else.
  • 16) The turbine beside the motorway runs on average at just over 16% of its capacity.
  • 17) Sitting beside Cotton on his panel will be an independent elite performance expert.
  • 18) Having spotted a target, he sits down beside her.
  • 19) Then he noticed an old, ugly man marching along beside them.
  • 20) If standing beside him makes me feel less than fully grown, this completes the job.
  • 21) Before we left, there was still time for another walk along the beach beside the dolphins.
  • 22) All else pales beside it.
  • 23) I think of that morning by the sea when the fishermen dumped their nets to walk behind and beside this rabbi.
  • 24) They saw each other simultaneously, and she raised her hand, beckoning him to come and sit beside her.
  • 25) Two huge white tents are pitched on either side of the garden, and discreetly tucked behind some trees beside the lake are a couple of portable loos.
  • 26) You run alongside and you hold on to the handlebars, then you let go and they wobble and you're still running beside them.
  • 27) He thinks of being AWOL, and likes the idea of the label beside his name, the sense it gives of who he is.
  • 28) Boucheau, the name beside the bottom button reads.
  • 29) I rolled down the window, looked at his shield and the name beside his photo, and smiled.
  • 30) I think it was a real aesthetic satisfaction; I know they would talk of it afterward for hours, with sighing comparisons of the "form" of the young men of Elgin, which they called beside Hesketh's quite outre.
  • 31) ... but a label beside each flavor helps the process greatly especially when the loud speakers are blaring in the background.
  • 32) I backed up and tried pulling in beside the toilet.
  • 33) ‘There was a small table with a bowl beside his bed and a person sat on a chair overlooking him.’
  • 34) ‘They sat at one of the better tables up beside the parapet overlooking the courtyard.’
  • 35) ‘Aiden was kind enough to ask me to sit beside him at the table that he had all to himself.’
  • 36) ‘She sat down beside me at the table, silent for a long moment before asking a question.’
  • 37) ‘When I found it in my pocket that night, I put it on the table beside my bed.’
  • 38) ‘She pulled a tissue out of the box on the table beside the bed and wiped her own cheeks with it.’
  • 39) ‘The alarm goes off steadily on the bedside table beside the bed, two short double-beeps and a long.’
  • 40) ‘She walked back to the trunk and took the photo out and placed it on the small table beside the bed.’
  • 41) ‘Access is either through the side alleyway beside the pub or from the car park at the rear.’
  • 42) ‘In the evening he stood beside me as I sat at my dressing table removing my make-up.’
  • 43) ‘Sitting at a window table beside the raised ring road we were hardly aware how much traffic was about.’
  • 44) ‘He placed it on the table beside the love seat she had chosen, and sat down next to her.’
  • 45) ‘He wasn't surprised when the hunter arrived at the house later and sat beside him at the long table.’
  • 46) ‘They managed to locate the man near the phone box and noticed that he had a petrol can sitting beside him.’
  • 47) ‘I was sitting in a low chair with my laptop on a coffee table beside me.’
  • 48) ‘Her husband, who was sitting beside her, sustained a whiplash injury and an injury to his shoulder.’
  • 49) ‘Young boys sat beside the masters, learning by watching and then experimenting on a small scale.’
  • 50) ‘He was content to sit there beside her, head on her shoulder, watching her write up her research notes.’
  • 51) ‘I had my lunch sitting beside the war memorial cross in an almost grotto-like setting.’
  • 52) ‘A few clothes lie folded on a chair, make-up spread on a table beside her computer.’
  • 53) ‘But I feel ugly beside Willow and wonder how she can bring herself to look at me, never mind kiss me.’
  • 54) ‘She is so clever and intelligent, I look at her and think "Wow, I feel stupid beside her".’
  • 55) ‘They might just feel stupid beside those who are much better than themselves.’
  • 56) ‘Don't feel ugly beside them, you're beautiful in a classy way.’
  • 57) ‘Just about everyone knows what it’s like to be unsure about his or her future, and to feel inadequate beside someone else.’
  • 58) ‘I feel inadequate beside such a combination of beauty and formal writing education.’
  • 59) ‘There are two other artists beside myself that I would like to incorporate into the fabric of my discussion.’
  • 60) ‘You only give respect to people who respect others beside themselves.’
  • 61) ‘My 1 year old son has no contact with other children beside his sister!’
  • 62) ‘Generally speaking all persons who are capable of making wills may be executors, and some others beside, as infants and married women.’
  • 63) ‘Our community has Japanese, Vietnamese, Russian, Chinese and several others beside Mexicans.’
  • 64) ‘Are there other writers beside you who have done this?’
  • 65) ‘Extra charges like snorkeling, canoeing and others beside the package rate are at the expense of the individual’
  • 66) ‘Some children acquire at home the habit of attention to the well-being of others beside themselves.’
  • 67) ‘Students with a complaint often want to point to failings in the university's conduct of its affairs that affect other students beside themselves.’
  • 68) ‘I gathered these two and headed over to the customer service counter to ask if there were any others beside the ones on the shelf.’
  • 69) ‘Also I would like to find out if Willam had other children beside George in 1809.’
  • 70) ‘“If there are others beside me who are going through the same physical symptoms, the medical community has an obligation to help us.”’
  • 71) ‘They separated these poor girls, and others beside them, in several villages, and drove them out of the church.’
  • 72) ‘She has four coordinators for the Web site, four other writers beside herself, several photographers and substantial technical assistance.’
  • 73) ‘There are other animals beside dairy cows that are used for by-products while they are still alive.’
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