1. a swimming stroke in which the arms move forward and backward while the legs do a scissors kick
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How To Use sidestroke In A Sentence

  • It wasn't that I didn't have the strength, it was that I never swam sidestroke enough for it to be natural. Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway
  • The strokes allowed are freestyle, breaststroke, and sidestroke.
  • Using a sidestroke kick or a breast-stroke, provided you have not dropped the victim, swim him or her back to the boat or to the shore. How To Rescue A Drowning Man
  • I was swimming sidestroke, and began to notice a strange fluctuating and hissing noise under my submerged left ear; it was very eerie, like an echo in a vast dark room below, and I thought it must have been the grinding of pebbles and silt at the bottom of the sea. So No More He'll Go A-Roving
  • The efficiency of the evolving speed strokes - overarm sidestroke, trudgen and, later, the crawl stroke-could now be tested more accurately and scientifically.
  • I fought the cold and the swell and built a kind of sidestroke rhythm. Persuader
  • He left a slick red smear on the hardwood floor as he crawled sidestroke toward the bathroom. VAPOR TRAIL
  • In addition, swimming with sidestrokes or backstrokes can also minimize stress on the back when compared with frontward strokes.
  • And, sure enough, after a very short spell of stylish sidestrokes Somehow Good
  • Individuals will be required to swim 500 yards using a combination of freestyle, breast and sidestrokes.
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