Examples of sidle in a Sentence
He sidled up to me and slipped me a note.
She sidled over and whispered, “Do you see that guy?”.
She sidled through the narrow opening.
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While his wife, Myhanh, paid for groceries, Ricky sidled up and began a conversation, feigning interest.
And indeed, late in the night, some of them were out on the street, sidling up to people who walked out with white Supreme bags and offering them cash.
Sanders accused authorities of trying to cover up a snitch program that had trained inmates to sidle up to high-profile defendants.
Tim Cindric, president of Team Penske and the race strategist that has helped guide Newgarden to a breakout, four-win, championship-caliber Verizon IndyCar Series season, sidled in with a serene façade.
Richard Jenkins sidles up to the role of Johnson’s longtime crony, Democratic U.S. Sen. (and former governor) Richard Russell of Georgia.
That petite jar of Dijon mustard has a wallop of a backstory: Centuries before millionaires were sidling up next to each other in fancy cars in search of a refined slick of Grey Poupon, mustard was—quite literally—the condiment of kings.
Last month, Clout sidles up to the bar at Bank & Bourbon and ordered a bottle of Bell’s Two Hearted Ale, as Clout is prone to do.
Everyone from Charlie Chaplin to Marilyn Monroe graced the cozy leather banquettes or sidled up to the long mahogany bar to enjoy a martini.
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