Definition of Nearside

1. Noun. The side of a vehicle nearest the kerb.




Definition of Nearside

1. Noun. (British) the left side of a road vehicle when facing in the same direction as the vehicle ¹

2. Noun. (astronomy) the face of the Moon nearest the Earth ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nearside

1. the left side [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nearside

nearest neighbor frequency
nearfield
nearfields
nearhand
nearing
nearish
nearlier
nearliest
nearly
nearly never bulled a cow
nearness
nearnesses
nears
nearshore
nearshores
nearside (current term)
nearsides
nearsighted
nearsightedly
nearsightedness
nearsightednesses
nearthrosis
neat
neat's-foot oil
neat-freak
neatball
neaten
neatened
neatening

Literary usage of Nearside

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1. Exploring the Moon and Mars: Choices for the Nation (1992)
"This sequence provided nearside calibration with a direct link to "ground ... The Orientale Basin is near the center of the image, the nearside is on the ..."

2. Hunting the Fox (1921)
"The nearside rein should pass straight from the ring of the snaffle to the left hand of the driver, who should never let go of the loop, even if he has to ..."

3. Manual of Examinations for Engineering Positions in the Service of the City by Myron H. Lewis (1906)
"... and Chipped 10 Flattened tog or Countersunk and not Chipped Flattened to £ High nearside Both sides a nearside ..."

4. The Elasticity and Resistance of the Materials of Engineering by William Hubert Burr (1903)
"Countersunk Inside (Farside) and Chipped Countersunk Outside (nearside) and Chipped, ... (nearside.) BOTH SIDES. This system, designed by FC Osborn, CE, ..."

5. The Architects' and Builders' Handbook: Data for Architects, Structural by Frank Eugene Kidder (1921)
"... Outside (nearside) and Chipped Countersunk both Sides and Chipped «*«ned to yu in high or Countersunk and not Chipped SHOP FIELD INSIDE OUTSIDE ..."

6. Cambria Steel: A Handbook of Information Relating to Structural Steel by Cambria Steel Co, George Edward Thackray (1916)
"Countersunk Outside (nearside; and Chipped, Countersunk both Sides and Chipped. Flattened to > s" high or Countersunk and not Chipped. ..."

7. Drafting Room Methods, Standards and Forms: A Reference Book for Engineering by Charles Dickey Collins (1918)
"Two Full Heads Countersunk Inside (Farside) and Chipped Shop Field Countersunk Outside (nearside) and Chipped ( ) Countersunk both sides and Chipped Inside ..."

8. Drafting Room Methods, Standards and Forms: A Reference Book for Engineering by Charles Dickey Collins (1918)
"Two Full Heads Shop Field O Countersunk Inside (Farside) and Chipped (/O Countersunk Outside (nearside) and Chipped ( j Countersunk both sides and Chipped ..."

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