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side·ways(sīd′wāz′) also side·way (-wā′)
adv. & adj.
1. Toward one side: took a step sideways; a sideways glance.
2. From one side: a painting lit sideways; sideways pressure.
3. With the side forward: turned sideways to show the profile; a sideways view.
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|Adv.||1.||sideway - with one side forward or to the front; "turned sideways to show the profile"; "crabs seeming to walk sidewise"|
|2.||sideway - from the side; obliquely; "a picture lit sideways"; "scenes viewed sidewise"|
|3.||sideway - toward one side; "the car slipped sideways into the ditch"; "leaning sideways"; "a figure moving sidewise in the shadows"|
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