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blind side the side opposite to the direction in which one is looking.
flip side (informal) the opposite, usu. less important, side of a phonograph record. [2 definitions]
get up on the wrong side of the bed to be in a bad mood from early in the day.
know which side one's bread is buttered on to be very aware of what is advantageous to one.
side arms small weapons, such as pistols or daggers, carried in a belt or holster.
side by side next to each other.
side chair an armless chair, usu. one of a set of such chairs for a dining table.
side check a checkrein that attaches to the bit and extends from the side of a horse's head to the saddle.
side dish a portion of food, often vegetables, that accompanies the main course.
side step the taking of a step to one side, or a step taken sideways.
side whiskers long whiskers worn down the sides of a man's face.
side-wheel of a steamboat, having a paddle wheel on each side.
sunny side the side of a physical object upon which the sun shines. [2 definitions]
sunny side up of an egg, fried on one side, with the yolk unbroken.
supply-side of or designating an economic theory that lowering taxes increases productivity by causing an increase in investment.