Alongside Definition

ə-lôngsīd, ə-lŏng-
alongside of
adverb
Along, near, at, or to the side.
Stood with a bodyguard alongside; drove up alongside.
American Heritage
At or by the side; side by side.
Webster's New World
Alongside is defined as being in a position next to something.
Walking adjacent to someone is an example of walking alongside.
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Along the side; by the side; side by side with.

Ahoy, bring your boat alongside of mine.
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preposition
By the side of; side by side with.
The boat lay alongside the pier.
American Heritage
At the side of; side by side with.
Webster's New World
The definition of alongside is being near something.
Docking a boat close to the shore is an example of docking alongside the shore.
YourDictionary

Together with or at the same time.

The nurse worked alongside the doctor.
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idiom
alongside of
  • at the side of; beside; adjoining
Webster's New World

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