Definition of "sidled" [sidled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of sidle. (verb)

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Use "sidled" in a sentence
  • "The President: He kind of sidled up to me and said, Can I come and see you?"
  • "One investor in a meticulously tailored suit kind of sidled up to me, looked around, and in a low voice said, "You know, I'm a liberal, too.""
  • "Pamela's notion that Obama "sidled" up to Odinga shows her inability/lack of desire to figure this out."