Asi'de. adv. [from a and side.]
- To one side; out of the perpendicular direction.
The storm rushd'd in, and Arcite stood aghast:
The flames were blown aside, yet shone they bright,
Fann'd by the wind, and gave a rustled light. Dryd. Fables.
- To another part; out of the true direction.
He had no brother; which though it be a comfortable thing for kings to have, yet it draweth the subjects eyes a little aside. Bacon's Henry VIII.
- From the company; as, to speak aside.
He took him aside from the multitude. Mark, vii. 33.