Definition of East-sider
1. Noun. A resident of the east side of Manhattan in New York City.
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Literary usage of East-sider
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Foibles of the Bench by Henry S. Wilcox (1906)
"When he met an east sider he claimed to reside on the east side, and when he met a west sider he said he resided on the west side. ..."
2. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1908)
"They make an extensive display of their wares, so that he who walks may observe, and there is keen competition between them, for your East Sider likes to be ..."
3. Ecumenical Missionary Conference, New York, 1900 by Ecumenical conference on foreign missions, New York, 1900 (1900)
"The Oriental East Sider is submerged and utterly powerless to lift himself out. His help must come from without. But the multitudes have responded to the ..."
4. The Chronicles of Milwaukee: Being a Narrative History of the Town from Its by Andrew Carpenter Wheeler (1861)
"There is no doubt that the west siders have been wronged; (the east sider's lips parted, and the Major quickly added) but who will say, the east side has ..."
5. The New New York: A Commentary on the Place and the People by John Charles van Dyke, Joseph Pennell (1909)
"The poor man (barring the East Sider who loves his close quarters and cannot be induced to go to the country) wants cheaper rent, more air, and more play ..."
6. Memoirs of David Blaustein: Educator and Communal Worker by Miriam Umstadter Blaustein (1913)
"If the East Sider finds his family circle too small for the proper treatment of the burning question, he hies himself to the lodge, the club, ..."
7. Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography by Theodore Roosevelt (1913)
"Otto Raphael was a genuine East Sider. He and I were both "straight New York," to use the vernacular of our native city. To show our community of feeling ..."