alongside of

alongside of
preposition Date: circa 1742 alongside

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  • alongside of — {prep.} 1. At or along the side of. * /We walked alongside of the river./ 2. Together with. * /I played alongside of Tom on the same team./ Compare: SHOULDER TO SHOULDER, SIDE BY SIDE. 3. {informal} Compared with or to; measured next to. * /His… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • alongside of — {prep.} 1. At or along the side of. * /We walked alongside of the river./ 2. Together with. * /I played alongside of Tom on the same team./ Compare: SHOULDER TO SHOULDER, SIDE BY SIDE. 3. {informal} Compared with or to; measured next to. * /His… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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