Definition of Sidesteps

1. Noun. (plural of sidestep) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of sidestep) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sidesteps

1. sidestep [v] - See also: sidestep

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidesteps

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

Literary usage of Sidesteps

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

1. Ten One-act Plays by Alice Gerstenberg (1921)
"HOMER It is outrageous of you even to imagine— LOTTIE [sidesteps, as if to guard her mother against her father] Father says things he doesn't mean when he's ..."

2. How to Make Your Will by William Hamilton Osborne (1917)
"It has been suggested that John Doe sidesteps making his will because ... But he sidesteps it for other reasons. Death is a happening never contemplated, ..."

3. Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways by Jamie Jensen (2006)
"Warsaw lends its name to a variety of geode found locally in profusion; inside, Warsaw geodes grow native hickory and oak, and then sidesteps yet another ..."

4. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"St N 43:364-7 F '16 Coaling on the war-path. St N 43:940-2 Ag '1C How the science of farming sidesteps, ..."

5. Primitive Society by Robert Harry Lowie (1920)
"To be sure, Morgan lamely sidesteps the fatal difficulty by asserting that here the native intends to denote a marriage connection rather than a ..."

6. Primitive Society by Robert Harry Lowie (1920)
"To be sure, Morgan lamely sidesteps the fatal difficulty by asserting that here the native intends to denote a marriage connection rather than a ..."

7. The Bookman (1911)
"Mr. George Barr McCutcheon, unlike these two confreres, nimbly sidesteps sartorial descriptions. From the beginning, that is to say, in Graustark, ..."

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