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Side, vb. 1) intr. to take one's party in a quarrel: “the nobility are vexed, whom we see have --d in his behalf,” Cor. IV, 2, 2. 2) trans. to take the party of, to join: “s. factions,” Cor. I, 1, 197. In Sonn. 46, 9 O. Edd. s., M. Edd. 'cide.
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