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Definitions of side:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To embrace the opinion or cause of one party against another.

part of speech: adjective

Lateral; laterally placed; minor; incidental.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To take the part of one against another: followed by with; as, he sided with the Unionists.

part of speech: adjective

Being on or toward the side: lateral: indirect.

part of speech: noun

The part of a body lying between the extremity of the front and back throughout its entire length; the margin; edge; border; quarter; region; party; sect; branch of a family; any part or position viewed as opposite, or as contrasted with another; used to denote consanguinity, as, by the mother's side.

part of speech: verb

To embrace the opinions of one party in opposition to another.

part of speech: noun

The edge or bounding line of a surface, especially one of the longer lines as distinguished from the ends; one of the surfaces or faces that limit a solid; the right or left part of an object or of the body; a party of men upholding a cause against another group; as, truth is on our side; a line of descent through a parent; as, a cousin on the mother's side.

part of speech: noun

The edge or border of anything: the surface of a solid: a part of a thing as seen by the eye: region: part: the part of an animal between the hip and shoulder: any party, interest, or opinion opposed to another: faction: line of descent.

part of speech: adjective

Towards the side; lateral.

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