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  3  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Aside  \A*side"\,  n. 
  Something  spoken  aside;  as  a  remark  made  by  a  stageplayer 
  which  the  other  players  are  not  supposed  to  hear. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Aside  \A*side"\,  adv  [Pref.  a-  +  side.] 
  1.  On  or  to  one  side  out  of  a  straight  line  course,  or 
  direction;  at  a  little  distance  from  the  rest;  out  of  the 
  way  apart. 
 
  Thou  shalt  set  aside  that  which  is  full.  --2  Kings 
  iv  4. 
 
  But  soft!  but  soft!  aside:  here  comes  the  king. 
  --Shak. 
 
  The  flames  were  blown  aside.  --Dryden. 
 
  2.  Out  of  one's  thoughts;  off  away  as  to  put  aside  gloomy 
  thoughts.  ``Lay  aside  every  weight.''  --Heb.  xii.  1. 
 
  3.  So  as  to  be  heard  by  others  privately. 
 
  Then  lords  and  ladies  spake  aside.  --Sir  W. 
  Scott. 
 
  {To  set  aside}  (Law),  to  annul  or  defeat  the  effect  or 
  operation  of  by  a  subsequent  decision  of  the  same  or  of  a 
  superior  tribunal;  to  declare  of  no  authority;  as  to  set 
  aside  a  verdict  or  a  judgment. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  aside 
  n  1:  a  line  spoken  by  an  actor  to  the  audience  but  not  intended 
  for  others  on  the  stage 
  2:  a  message  that  departs  from  the  main  subject  [syn:  {digression}, 
  {excursus},  {divagation},  {parenthesis}] 
  adv  1:  on  or  to  one  side  "step  aside";  "stood  aside  to  let  him 
  pass";  "threw  the  book  aside";  "put  her  sewing  aside 
  when  he  entered" 
  2:  out  of  the  way  (especially  away  from  one's  thoughts);  "brush 
  the  objections  aside";  "pushed  all  doubts  away"  [syn:  {away}] 
  3:  not  taken  into  account  or  excluded  from  consideration; 
  "these  problems  apart,  the  country  is  doing  well";  "all 
  joking  aside,  I  think  you're  crazy"  [syn:  {apart}] 
  4:  in  a  different  direction;  "turn  aside";  "turn  away  one's 
  face";  "glanced  away"  [syn:  {away}] 
  5:  placed  or  kept  separate  and  distinct  as  for  a  purpose;  "had 
  a  feeling  of  being  set  apart";  "quality  sets  it  apart";  "a 
  day  set  aside  for  relaxing"  [syn:  {apart}] 
  6:  in  reserve;  not  for  immediate  use  "started  setting  aside 
  money  to  buy  a  car";  "put  something  by  for  her  old  age"; 
  "has  a  nestegg  tucked  away  for  a  rainy  day"  [syn:  {by},  {away}] 




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