[ UK /sˈaɪdɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈsaɪdɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈsaɪdɪŋ/ ]
- a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to pass
- material applied to the outside of a building to make it weatherproof
How To Use siding In A Sentence
- This involved crossing a part of the line where there were several sidings and branch lines, on which a good deal of pushing of trucks and carriages to and fro -- that is "shunting" -- was going on. The Iron Horse
- Round them, as they gradually went down with the subsiding soil, calamites grew, at one level after another. History of the Conflict between Religion and Science
- The shamal comes in quickly and silently, like an ocher paint roller, and can blow for several days straight, subsiding slightly at night when the air is cooler. Peace Meals
- The Flemish, those residing in Flanders, the northern half of the country, speak Dutch.
- There has been much speculation that America might be siding with the rebels.
- How can our brave Bible-bashing warlords keep spinning tales of freedom & reconstruction, while presiding over scenes of torture and slaughter? TURNING UP THE HEAT
- The residents have been overrun with the lop-eared rodents residing in the parklands and King George Park.
- Presiding over the amphitheatre was a beast-headed god, his head half turned away. Henry’s Demons
- The trouble with labelling fiction is that it can get shunted into the sidings of literature.
- Council, and perhaps to implead me on the one part, and a presiding elder and conference on the other. Beams of Light on Early Methodism in America. Chiefly Drawn from the Diary, Letters, Manuscripts, Documents, and Original Tracts of the Rev. Ezekiel Cooper.