Definition of Sidepieces

1. Noun. (plural of sidepiece) ¹

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Definition of Sidepieces

1. sidepiece [n] - See also: sidepiece

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidepieces

sidelobe
sidelobes
sidelock
sidelocks
sidelong
sidely
sideman
sidemeat
sidemen
sidemodes
sidenote
sidenotes
sidepath
sidepaths
sidepiece
sidepieces (current term)
sideproduct
sidequest
sidequests
sider
sideral
sideramine
siderate
siderated
siderates
sideration
siderazot
siderazote
sidereal
sidereal day

Literary usage of Sidepieces

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1. Popular Mechanics Shop Notes (1919)
"The sides are cut so as to fit loosely over the two sidepieces of the upright. In the top a slot is cut, % in. wide and the length of the top, ..."

2. A French-English Military Technical Dictionary by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1899)
"... va, to assemble and join two similar objects: to strengthen by means of cheeks, sidepieces; to fish; (pont.) to make л jumelage, qv Jumelle, f.,cheek, ..."

3. Industrial Work for Girls by Andrew Ezra Pickard, Marie Caroline Henegren (1916)
"The ends are fastened apart with two sidepieces twelve inches long and three quarters of an inch wide. These are fastened by sawing a slit in the ends of ..."

4. Cotton: Its Preparation, Transportation and Marketing (1913)
"Should the heads be open, the sample holes open, sidepieces or other parts of bagging missing, same must be noted and reported as follows : " Not thoroughly ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1920)
"We cut shallow notches with sloping sides 6 in. apart in the sidepieces of the frame, and faced the top of the notches with thin felt. ..."

6. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1898)
"In the daytime the shutters are pushed back so as to form ornamental sidepieces. This kind of wall and window in one is another of the needs of building in ..."

7. The Canadian Entomologist by Entomological Society of Canada (1951- ), Entomological Society of Ontario (1905)
"Margins coarsely serrate posteriorly v»i I^^K Beneath, the thoracic sidepieces are rugose. Legs with long, spar bristly hairs. Length, 3.25 mm., .13 inch. ..."

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