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Definition of "sidelining" []

  • Present participle of sideline. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sidelining" in a sentence
  • "Production costs were out of control on Batman (A Huge hit) and budgets were getting tight so this was also a factor in sidelining the Green Hornet."
  • "You conspire in sidelining and making invisible religious liberals -- the folks who brought you the Underground Railroad and the civil rights movement, all those pastors of those goofy, inoffensive, whitebread denominations -- the Congregationalists, the reform Jews, the Muhammadiyah -- who married a lot of those couples in San Francisco and Massachusetts who recently stood up for their civil rights."
  • "The former Foreign Secretary, Muchkund Dubey, however, called the sidelining of the 11 players "totally irrational," considering Pakistan was the World T20 champion."
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