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Definition of "sider" [sid•er•si•der]

  • One who takes a side. (noun)
  • Cider. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "sider" in a sentence
  • "The new definition of a supply-sider is someone who prefers the entire workforce to be on Paxil because they're scared to death that the Indians and Chinese are going to wreck their standard of living rather than having an optimistic and naturally happy workforce who can find jobs around every corner."
  • "A publican and farmer lost "hogsheads bare"; L9 in wine, L16 in "sider""
  • "This is a "sider"; both pigs laying on the same side."
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