Sidelight meaning

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A light coming from the side.
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(nautical) Either of two lights, red to port, green to starboard, shown by ships at night.
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A piece of incidental or contrasting information.
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(usage problem) An additional activity; a sideline.
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A light coming from the side.
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A bit of incidental knowledge or information on a subject.
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A window or opening in or at the side of a wall, door, etc.
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Either of two running lights carried on the side of a ship or boat, a red one on the port side and a green one on the starboard.
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A light found at the side of something; especially of a vehicle.

If it starts getting misty, put your sidelights on.

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A window found at one or both sides of a door.
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