Definition of Sidelines

1. Noun. (plural of sideline) The lines marking the edges. ¹



2. Noun. The area or areas next to but outside a playing area. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sidelines

1. sideline [v] - See also: sideline

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidelines

sideheads
sidehill
sidehills
sidekick
sidekicks
sidelength
sidelengths
sideless
sidelight
sidelights
sideline
sideline cut
sidelined
sideliner
sideliners
sidelines (current term)
sideling
sidelining
sideload
sideloaded
sideloading
sideloads
sidelobe
sidelobes
sidelock
sidelocks
sidelong
sidely
sideman
sidemeat

Literary usage of Sidelines

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

1. Twist & Build: Creating Non-orthogonal Architecture by Karel Vollers (2001)
"R4 Two convex sidelines. The respective perceptions of concave and convex depend on the viewpoint. Comments: • The ruled surfaces in this diagram are ..."

2. Tennis for Girls by Florence A. Ballin (1919)
"feet from the net, on both sides, a line is drawn, parallel to the net, to the sidelines of the singles court. This space is in turn evenly divided by a ..."

3. Nashville Directory (1880)
"119 Hell & Underwood, Painters Floer r "'loer»h JA, Cigars and Tob orbes Lithographic Co., «ipp 219 bacco... 220 221 Freeman LR, Wall Paper, sidelines and ..."

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