Recent Examples of sided from the Web
Even that failed to end the impasse: AT&T’s proposal for DirecTV carriage was so one-sided that the Pac-12 presidents rejected it by a unanimous vote.
The internet allows for everyone to have an opinion, which is fine, and Yelp brings that platform, but those opinions are one-sided.
The patch of green lies at the bottom of a steep-sided arroyo, which is otherwise bone dry.
The two-sided, intertwined, inverted coaster was one of the original rides for IOA’s grand opening in 1999.
For those who want to leave room to bring back souvenirs, compression bags can be a game-changer: Flight 001’s Spacepaks are two-sided to keep clean and soiled clothes separated.
Most Americans grew up thinking of tacos as those crunchy, sunny yellow circles folded into a deep-sided boat just wide enough to hold a spoonful of timidly spicy filling and narrow enough to contain our ideas of what Mexican cooking is.
That probably means the Sixers are going to have to accept one-sided deals, or eat some contracts, just to have a manageable roster.
Slammiversary has so much going on, in and out of the six-sided ring.
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First Known Use of sided
SIDED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sided for English Language Learners
: having sides usually of a specified number or kind
SIDED Defined for Kids
Definition of sided for Students
- a four-sided figure
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