- v move unobtrusively or furtively
The young man began to sidle near the pretty girl sitting on the log
- v move sideways
- As an added startler, two or three members of the cast sidle up to a girl in the audience and begin speaking words of love in her ear.
- Ships the length of three football fields sidle up to gargantuan dockside cranes; tens of thousands of containers are stacked up behind in multicolored canyons of steel.
- By the time Chai was a teenager, Vietnam veterans would sidle up to her on the sidewalk to talk about hookers they had known in Southeast Asia.
- Jorja Fox in San Francisco Chronicle
Confirming the news to TV Guide magazine, Fox says, "The kindest thing that the writers did for Sara Sidle was to walk her out (of the show) in one piece. I had an amazing, beautiful, honorable, dignified exit."
- Tucker Frederickson in AUtigers.com (subscription)
We had a team that wasn't supposed to be as good as we were,Frederickson says. "We should have been undefeated. Jimmy Sidle was a great athlete. We had a bunch of kids that played together and liked each other. If Jimmy hadn't got hurt his...
- Dave Reichert in Seattle Times
I've been working on Don, and have talked viaduct,Reichert said. "You don't bulldog people in Congress, so I just sidle up to him and smile."