Sidle, v.

1. to sidestep or move sideways
2. to be sneaky, furtive, or inconspicious

Sidle, n.
a sideways movement
Indiana Jones was sidling along on a tiny balcony when he suddenly fell off and died. =)
by ju571|\| November 14, 2004
A Massive cock. Limited to a minimum of 2 foot although Rarely used.
Wow look at Ryan. I don't know how he walks with that Sidle between his legs.
by Jose Theg March 31, 2009
This is the act of appearing in a conversation out of thin air and merely listening in on conversation without adding anything of value to it while making those originally conversing feel especially awkward. See also sidler
I hate that bastard, he always sidles the conversation.
by VanSmoke January 18, 2005
To suspiciously idle about, whether in a vehicle or on foot, waiting for a chance to strike or rob or commit some other crime.
The two teens sidled in the alleyway trying to score some dope.
by Crockettman September 09, 2013
walking sideways to abstuct the movement and to humiliate a said person or persons.
The crew sidled the girl to the point of her pushing them to get through.
by Grammy9907 October 22, 2006

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