Definition of sided
: having sides often of a specified number or kind one-sided glass-sided
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Johnson’s two-run single to right gave Davidson a 3-0 lead in the second inning, part of a stunningly one-sided start.
The two-level, log-sided house, built in 2007 on a 0.65-acre lot on Wallowa Lake with a private dock, has five bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths and 4,752 square feet ($526 a square foot).
As one example, workers are allowed to print only 100 pages per month, black and white, double-sided.
The second floor includes the full-service bar, as well as picnic tables surrounding a huge double-sided fireplace.
But De La Hoya is among many boxing veterans who foresee a one-sided outcome that could potentially turn fans against his sport again, as happened in Mayweather’s boring 2015 victory against Manny Pacquiao in the richest fight in history.
Lee has gone viral for a few other nail trends (a double-sided mani with crystals and her version of the polish mountain trend, both shown below), but she's never experienced any attention like that of the fidget spinner tutorial.
With these and any other heavy, hard-sided cases, put the long axis in the direction the car moves.
All characteristics, skills, and abilities are expressed in amounts of six-sided dice.
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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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