Definition of Sidestepping

1. Verb. (present participle of sidestep) ¹



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Definition of Sidestepping

1. sidestep [v] - See also: sidestep

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidestepping

sideslip
sideslipped
sideslipping
sideslips
sidesman
sidesmen
sidespin
sidespins
sidesplitter
sidesplitting
sidesplittingly
sidestep
sidestepped
sidestepper
sidesteppers
sidestepping
sidesteps
sidestream
sidestreams
sidestroke
sidestrokes
sideswipe
sideswipe elbow fracture
sideswiped
sideswipes
sideswiping
sidetone
sidetones
sidetrack
sidetracked

Literary usage of Sidestepping

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ecosystem Matters: Activity and Resource Guide for Environmental Educators by Mary Adams (1995)
"With older students, discuss the use of the techniques of sidestepping and ... An example of sidestepping is talking about increased pollution levels of ..."

2. NBS Special Publication by United States National Bureau of Standards (1916)
"The gentleman from California mentioned one word, "sidestepping," which I do not like. I do not believe anyone here wants to sidestep a thing, but, ..."

3. Annual Report by American Unitarian Association (1898)
"... with many ministers from other churches seeking our fellowship, with the Congregationalists sidestepping the theological dogmas that have distinguished ..."

4. American Public Health Protection by Henry Bixby Hemenway, Edwin Frederick Bowers, Mary Sewall Gardner (1916)
"It may be that years will have been added to their lives, or an existence of chronic invalidism avoided, by sidestepping these maladies of youth. ..."

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