[ US /ˈsaɪdˌwaɪndɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈa‍ɪdwa‍ɪndɐ/ ]
  1. air-to-air missile with infrared homing device
  2. small pale-colored desert rattlesnake of southwestern United States; body moves in an s-shaped curve
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How To Use sidewinder In A Sentence

  • I did, in post #10 or so, then "sidewinder" did, in the very next post, then "jtwild" listed the excesses of the Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • But sidewinder is alive - though well-being and sanity will be suspect depending on what happens in the bar tonight - she already has untold stories about being in the bar LAST night. GRRRRRRR....
  • Though I'm enjoying the pretty pictures sidewinder is sharing. So It's Friday...
  • He doesn't seem to be describing just any kind of slithering, but something akin to the movement of the sidewinder.
  • Did he just try some kind of sidewinder cross-body swing throw? Fanhouse Main
  • Though sidewinder is right, the POLICE DVD sounds INCREDIBLE on the computer DVD player with headphones on! The Debate Rages On...
  • The Sidewinder missile can home in on its target with pinpoint accuracy.
  • Need to take some Advil. sidewinder is SERIOUSLY trying to get me to snort said coffee through my nose. OW, OW, OW, OW
  • The ship, engulfed in flames, spiraled down into the smoking ruins of the base, and detonated as a Sidewinder misfired and exploded under the wing.
  • In fact, he would want to know if this book includes the sidewinder engine that was used to haul timber in mountainous terrain as well as cog railways. Mountain-Climbing Trains « Awful Library Books
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