The Word is:”side”
noun: side; plural noun: sides; noun: one’s side; plural noun: one’s sides; modifier noun: side; noun: side spin; noun: sidespin
1. a position to the left or right of an object, place, or central point.
“a town on the other side of the river”
“she lay on her side of the bed”
synonyms: half, part; carriageway, lane;
“he was driving on the wrong side of the road”
“he has been paralysed down his right side since birth”
“a side of beef”
2. an upright or sloping surface of a structure or object that is not the top or bottom and generally not the front or back.
“a car crashed into the side of the house”
“he hefted the anchor over the side”
“cubes with a different decoration on each of the six sides”
“comments should not exceed one side of A4 paper”
synonyms: surface, face, plane, part, facet, aspect, facade
“manuscripts should be typed, on one side of the paper only”
“do not write more than three sides”
“the other side of the original 78 is free of any distortion”
3. a place or position closely adjacent to someone.
“his wife stood at his side”
4. a part or region near the edge and away from the middle of something.
“a minibus was parked at the side of the road”
literarymarge, bourn, skirt
“at the side of the road”
antonyms: centre, heart, end
“the farm buildings formed three sides of a square”
5. a particular aspect of a situation or a person’s character.
“her ability to put up with his disagreeable side””
“Richard was of French descent on his mother’s side””
6. British informal
“what’s on the other side?””
7. subsidiary to or less important than something.
“a side dish of fresh vegetables”
“this is just a side issue”
antonyms: central, primary
a dish served as subsidiary to the main one.
“sides of German potato salad and red cabbage”
8. horizontal spinning motion given to a ball.
spin given to the cue ball in snooker and billiards by hitting it on one side.
9. West Indian
“a pair of shoes, one side winged by a bullet”
verb: side; 3rd person present: sides; past tense: sided; past participle: sided; gerund or present participle: siding
1. support or oppose in a conflict, dispute, or debate.
“he felt that Max had betrayed him by siding with Beatrice”
2. provide with a side or sides; form the side of.
“the hills that side a long valley”
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