How to use Sidled in a sentence

sidled
  • The princess nodded to her daughter and sidled out of the room.

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  • He sidled up behind her as she ordered a drink.

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  • He sidled over to Carmen and glanced up at Lori.

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  • She sidled up to him one last time, pausing close enough to hear him breathing.

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  • It sidled up to him and wound between his legs until he picked it up.

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  • Cassandra sidled up behind him whining, "Victor, you promised I could stake him."

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  • Then he sidled off toward the entrance of the Park.

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  • With a few mobile calls they homed in on us and we sidled down to the lock.

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  • The little dance hostess embarrassedly sidled across the room and into the ladies room.

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  • For all its subsequent ubiquity, Nationwide sidled onto TV screens at 6pm on Tuesday 9 September 1969 with an absolute minimum of publicity.

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  • I thought enough is enough and sidled back to England.

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  • Tom sidled cautiously up to the body of the stag.

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  • The twelve people that had come to the show all kind of sidled over to look at me like a zoo animal.

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  • As Mike and Files argued, Des sidled away.

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  • By 12 miles the knee had completely seized up as Basher sidled past.

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  • There was not much more to say, but as Sam'l sidled off the hen-house, he murmured politely, Ay, ay.

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