Synonym: aboard. Similar words: long since, along, get along, all along, along with, get along with, side by side, let alone. Meaning: [əlɒŋˈsaɪd] adv. side by side.
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1. He crossed the street and walked alongside Central Park.
2. The vessel anchored alongside the quay.
3. Junior nurses usually work alongside more senior nurses.
4. A car drew up alongside .
5. She moored her boat alongside ours.
6. We moored alongside the quay.
7. The children lined up alongside the teacher.
8. A car pulled up alongside .
9. New pedestrian pathways are being built alongside the road.
10. Alongside of him stood his uncle.
11. She came alongside to give me a book. Then she drew ahead.
12. Our ships anchored alongside.
13. It's a pleasure to work alongside such men.
14. His book could stand alongside the best.
15. He drew alongside and ask me to stop.
16. Children's prices are shown alongside adult prices.
17. We had proles working alongside university types as equals.
18. We tied up alongside a barge.
19. Organized crime continued to flourish alongside the mainstream economy.
20. They campaigned alongside the friendly forces.
21. The rain ran in shallow runnels alongside the path.
22. We shipped oars and moored alongside the bank.
23. She's going to pull up alongside us.
24. The two ships lay alongside of each other.
25. There was a butcher's shop alongside the theatre.
26. Charles spent a week working alongside the miners.
27. Caroline's brothers grinned alongside her, clones of their father.
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28. Traditional beliefs still flourish alongside a modern urban lifestyle.
29. We brought our boat alongside.
30. A police car pulled up alongside us.
More similar words: long since, along, get along, all along, along with, get along with, side by side, let alone, long., long, leave alone, long for, side, prolong, aside, any longer, longtime, belong to, no longer, long-term, so long as, as long as, beside, before long, long before, besides, outsider, in the long run, sidewalk, consider.