Side·ways adv. Toward the side; sidewise.
A second refraction made sideways. --Sir I. Newton.
His beard, a good palm's length, at least, . . .
Shot sideways, like a swallow's wings. --Longfellow.
adj : (of movement) at an angle [syn: crabwise]
adv 1: with one side forward or to the front; "turned sideways to
show the profile"; "crabs seeming to walk sidewise"
[syn: sideway, sidewise]
2: from the side; obliquely; "a picture lit sideways"; "scenes
viewed sidewise" [syn: sideway, sidewise]
3: toward one side; "the car slipped sideways into the ditch";
"leaning sideways"; "a figure moving sidewise in the
shadows" [syn: sideway, sidewise]
4: to, toward or at one side; "darting eyes looking sidelong
out of a wizened face" [syn: sidelong, obliquely]