side-to-side

ADJECTIVE
  1. alternately left and right with respect to a central point
    the side-to-side motion of the boat
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How To Use side-to-side In A Sentence

  • Range of motion was measured with a goniometer, and the side-to-side differences for extension and flexion were calculated.
  • the side-to-side motion of the boat
  • Just put a boot in the binding and press the cuff of the boot from side-to-side and look for wobble and slop.
  • The big burn stems from the side-to-side movement of your thigh and butt muscles (demanding more from your body than the straightforward motion of our number-two activity -- running).
  • The big burn stems from the side-to-side movement of your thigh and butt muscles (demanding more from your body than the straightforward motion of our number-two activity -- running).
  • Duck-billed dinosaurs lack they type of jaw joint found in mammals that allows us to slide our teeth in a side-to-side motion.
  • An advanced skater only uses a side-to-side arm swing for short sprints at a race starting line or for steep uphills.
  • The malleoli tightly embrace the talus in all positions of the joint, so that any slight degree of side-to-side movement which may exist is simply due to stretching of the ligaments of the talofibular syndesmosis, and slight bending of the body of the fibula. III. Syndesmology. 7d. Talocrural Articulation or Ankle-joint
  • The pipe was used by C.A.D.S. (in the water) to move the predator in a side-to-side manner to mimic the anguilliform movement of a swimming shark.
  • But in fact it is more important to maximize traction at the rear to prevent "fishtailing" or side-to-side movement of the rear end that can lead to a loss of control. More Tips on How to Get
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