Definition of sided
: having sides often of a specified number or kind one-sided glass-sided
Recent Examples of sided from the Web
Slammiversary has so much going on, in and out of the six-sided ring.
Those two situations added local attention to the growing national outrage against one-sided permission-to-contact rules governing transfers, which allow schools to hold student-athletes hostage financially.
Her one-sided correspondence with him forms the basis for the book.
The two-sided kiosks contain a map of Bel Air with key places and attractions on one side and a historic Bel Air side that contains a map of historic buildings around the downtown areas and several archival photographs.
Large keratinous sheets on the altirostral snout of a big theropod (‘altirostral’ = narrow and tall-sided) might result in a very different look.
Residents say the building was intended to be a five-sided design — meaning the roof is as architecturally significant as its other facades —and say the addition of larger mechanical equipment ruins that concept.
Meanwhile, in a large, straight-sided skillet, heat oil over medium-high.
The president’s self-defeating, one-sided feud with his own Justice Department apparently goes to the very top.
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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
: having sides often of a stated number or kind a four-sided figure
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