alongside definition

  • adverb:
    • Along, near, at, or even the side: endured with a bodyguard alongside; honked and drove up alongside.
    • over the part; because of the side; hand and hand with.
    • Along or by the side; hand and hand with; -- often with of
    • alongside
    • Along, near, at, or even along side it: endured with a bodyguard alongside; honked and drove up alongside.
    • over the part; by the side; side-by-side with.
    • Along or by the side; alongside with; -- often with of
    • side-by-side
  • preposition:
    • By the side of; side by side with.
    • with or at precisely the same time.
    • By the part of; alongside with.
    • Together with or at precisely the same time.
  • others:
    • Along or by the part; at or even the medial side of any such thing, as a ship: as, becoming alongside regarding the wall surface.
    • Beside; because of the side of: as, the vessel lay alongside the wharf.
    • Along or because of the part; at or to the medial side of any such thing, as a ship: as, to-be alongside regarding the wall.
    • Beside; because of the part of: as, the vessel set alongside the wharf.

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