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be·side / biˈsīd/ • prep. 1. at the side of; next to: he sat beside me in the front seat. ∎  compared with: beside Beth's idealism, my priorities looked shabby. 2. in addition to; apart from: he commissioned work from other artists beside Rivera. PHRASES: beside oneself overcome with worry or anger; distraught: she was beside herself with anguish. beside the pointsee point.

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