sideline

[ sahyd-lahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF sideline

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIDELINE

It seemed that the sideline of mountain-tops had a little light on them.

Even then he had enough surplus energy to run a sideline in literature.

The midnight hours he spent in the pineal gland were only a sideline of his work.

An elementary school teacher who taught music as a sideline, Gladys Thompson, organized an orchestra about 1928.

The business flourished and some one advised my friend that he should put in popcorn as a sideline.

The average subject is handled standing and can be restrained with a twitch, sideline and hood.

With a sideline of fruit trees, I can get an order of some kind out of every family in the northern part of the state.

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