Etymology

1. alongside

adverb. ['əˈlɔŋˈsaɪd'] side by side.

Etymology

  • along (English)
  • side (English)
  • side (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Words that Rhyme with Alongside

  • aside

Example sentences of the word alongside


1. Adverb
Ramsay got into kickass shape using military-style workouts and now competes alongside Tana every year in grueling Ironman competitions.

2. Adjective
Scissor trusses are often installed right alongside traditional trusses when framing a roof system.

3. Preposition or subordinating conjunction
Use the hoe to dig a two-inch furrow alongside the row of onions, but four inches away.

4. Verb, base form
Serve alone, over a bed of rice or alongside our Buddha Veggie Rice Bowl or Colorful Rice-Pilaf.

Quotes containing the word alongside


1. Even in modern art, artists have used methods based on calculation, inasmuch as these elements, alongside those of a more personal and emotional nature, give balance and harmony to any work of art.
- Max Bill

2. And it's Gryfindor in possession again, as Johnson takes the Quaffle— Flint alongside her —poke him in the eye, Angelina —it was a joke, professor, it was a joke...
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

3. I had a dream about you. You took a cruise, and I took a canoe. I paddled alongside your ship out into the Atlantic Ocean and down to the Caribbean. I shouted “I love you” the whole way, but you couldn’t hear me, probably because that man you were with was talking the whole time.
- Jarod Kintz, We Had A #Dream About You

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