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nearside

Line breaks: near|side
Pronunciation: /ˈnɪəsʌɪd/

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Definition of nearside in English:

noun

(usually the nearside) British
1The side of a vehicle nearest the kerb (in Britain, the left): he veered to the nearside and crashed into a van [as modifier]: the front nearside wheel Compare with offside.
1.1The left side of a horse.

Words that rhyme with nearside

poolsideupside

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