Sidley


Sidley

Sidley [sid-lee] Examples noun

  1. Mount, a mountain in Antarctica, in Marie Byrd Land. 13,717 feet (4181 meters).

Examples from the Web for sidley Contemporary Examples of sidley

  • The characters drift off stage, but the next scene continues in Sidley Park—now in the current time.

    The Past Is Present in Arcadia

    Janice Kaplan

    March 16, 2011

  • Historical Examples of sidley

  • He seems to have gone into opposition to the court with Sidley, his patron.

    The Works of John Dryden. Now first collected in eighteen volumes. Volume 15.

    John Dryden

  • I had it from a simple peasant’s mouth, an old grey hind upon the Sidley hills, who vouched its truth.

    The Three Perils of Man, Vol. 3 (of 3)

    James Hogg

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