aside form the seasonal stuff, what are your five refrigerator must-haves?
His presidency and the decades that followed are left out of the film, aside from one subtle dig.
aside from producing odors and mountains of trash, they increasingly produce power.
"She decided she had no more use for him and cast him aside," Yeltsova said.
Do you watch it right away or do you set it aside for some eventuality like a terrible flu or a terrible snow storm?
Then take out the best pieces of giblet, trim them neatly, and set them aside.
“Not but what she would have royal example,” muttered Tibble aside.
Granger went on sorting out his papers, burning them or putting them aside.
He had put her aside without a qualm; and now he met her announcement with approval.
(aside, reading the letter) I'll learn 'er bloomin' symptoms—I must be 'is patient.
c.1300, "off to one side;" mid-14c., "to or from the side;" late 14c., "away or apart from others, out of the way," from a- (1) + side (n.). Noun sense of "words spoken so as to be (supposed) inaudible" is from 1727. Middle English had asidely "on the side, indirectly" (early 15c.) and asideward "sideways, horizontal" (late 14c.).