Meaning of SIDED in English

SIDED

|sīdə̇d adjective

Etymology: Middle English, from side (I) + -ed

1. : having or provided with sides

a salad bowl sided with fruit sections

2. : having sides of a specified number or of a specified kind or quality — used in combination

steep- sided, sharp-peaked mountains — Joaquin Noval

an open- sided structure … resembling an airplane hangar — American Guide Series: Louisiana

a shingle- sided house

— see many-sided , one-sided

3. : having a specified siding — used in shipbuilding

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