sideward

[ UK /sˈa‍ɪdwəd/ ]
ADVERB
  1. toward one side
    turn the figure sideward
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How To Use sideward In A Sentence

  • This compound exercise also develops strength for the multijoint movements involved in sports that require both forward and sideward arm motions.
  • She's too stubborn to settle down’ he said giving me a sideward smirk.
  • The traditional transverse analysis of the collective sideward flow is ex-tended to study the flow in longitudinal direction.
  • Without so much as a sideward glance, the car began to plow into the front of the taxi. One From The Hart
  • And then one of the field teams that had a lot of experience working in the North American market found that the part had been designed for near-flat road gradients; Indian roads come with steeper sideward slopes and the vehicles typically tilt on the left side. Tata's Nano: Fire!
  • And gave us a sidewards glance, and got really red. grouse Diary Entry
  • The deltoid and supraspinatus are involved in shoulder joint abduction, in which the arm is moved outward and upward in a sideward plane.
  • But she hasn't yet figured out that if she's holding on to something, she can move her feet and actually move sidewards. Archive 2007-09-01
  • So the movement associated with Cancer is a strange one; there is a sense of hesitancy, a sidewards approach to things, and an element of moving forwards whilst not looking squarely at what lies ahead.
  • A woman notices him and begins to eye him, giving him sideward glances.
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