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The internarial septum is narrow, and the nostrils look forwards and downwards instead of sidewards—hence the term 'Catarrhin.'
THE LAST LINKERNST HAECKEL
From this point one looks across the beach from hill to hill, and sidewards up the ravine to the brown mountain-tops.
NAPLES PAST AND PRESENTARTHUR H. NORWAY
One day on walking out with her mother she was looking, child-wise, sidewards instead of in front, and nearly struck a lamp-post.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
He was not looking at her but far away sidewards across the spreading hill.
THE CROCK OF GOLDJAMES STEPHENS
Sidewards, on the left, is another room as large, in which are a billiard-table and the library.
And so they went rapidly on, upwards and sidewards, in sunshine and rain.

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ubietynoun | [yoo-bahy-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION