Definition of Sidesteppers

1. sidestepper [n] - See also: sidestepper



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidesteppers

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sidesteppers (current term)
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Literary usage of Sidesteppers

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1. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"Now were they to prove themselves sidesteppers and trimmers or were they to establish a principle which should become a sacred precedent? ..."

2. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"... except when numerous sidesteppers attempted to violate their campaign pledges, that the 1911 session of the New Jersey Legislature did its work. ..."

3. Woodrow Wilson and New Jersey Made Over by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"And, it was " in calm and sober fashion," except when numerous sidesteppers attempted to violate their campaign pledges, that the 1911 session of the New ..."

4. The Bailey Controversy in Texas: With Lessons from the Political Life-story by William Alexander Cocke (1908)
"... and sidesteppers I ever had the pleasure of witnessing, Joe Bailey is an easy winner. He is as slick as a mud tank eel, and when cornered can travel ..."

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