sidewards

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

  • I am assuming as they are looking for the will that the flash sidewards was taking place shortly after the plane had landed, at which point Kate is on the run from the police and definitely not bringing up a child. LOSTCasts 82: The Lighthouse
  • Another sidewards glance at other areas of her life at this time sees her threatening to seize the cattle of tenants for non-payment of rents.
  • Any direction you can imagine - upwards, downwards, or sidewards - electrons can do it.
  • Too often they played the ball backwards and sidewards rather than forward. The Sun
  • The wheels spin wildly on the ice; the car slides sidewards and fishtails. "Give The Surge A Chance" « Lean Left
  • Sales figures aside, he is pleased that he evades loose categorisation and believes that writers should hone their craft without a backwards or a sidewards glance.
  • I also note the sidewards glances that one receives from airport security staff when I do my best to look sinister.
  • But the right to make the next move in a game of chess, or to move a pawn one space forward, but not (say) three spaces sidewards, is entirely dependent on the rules of chess; if the rules had been different, e.g. each player must make two consecutive moves or pawns can move sidewards, then the rights that players have would be entirely different. Social Institutions
  • If you ask me about my favorite movie star, reality show or sports car, you will get feet shuffling and sidewards glances. Archive 2010-06-01
  • And gave us a sidewards glance, and got really red. grouse Diary Entry
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