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1sideling

adverb side·ling \ˈsīd-liŋ\

Definition of SIDELING

archaic
:  in a sidelong direction :  sideways

Origin of SIDELING

Middle English sidling, from 1side + 2-ling
First Known Use: 14th century

2sideling

adjective

Definition of SIDELING

1
archaic :  directed toward one side :  oblique
2
archaic :  having an inclination :  sloping <sideling ground>

First Known Use of SIDELING

circa 1611

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