Cause (a player) to be unable to play on a team or in a game
he has been sidelined for the last six weeks with a fractured wrist
Remove from the center of activity or attention; place in a less influential position
a respected lawyer will be sidelined by alcohol abuse
An activity done in addition to one's main job, esp. to earn extra income
a sideline career as a stand-up comic
An auxiliary line of goods or business
electronic handbooks are a lucrative sideline for the firm
Either of the two lines bounding the longer sides of a football field, basketball court, tennis court, or similar playing area
The area immediately outside such lines as a place for nonplayers, substitutes, or spectators
his son watched from the sidelines
a line that marks the side boundary of a playing field
remove from the center of activity or attention; place into an inferior position; "The outspoken cabinet member was sidelined by the President"
an auxiliary line of merchandise
avocation: an auxiliary activity
The "sidelines" is a term commonly used to define the white or colored lines which mark the outer boundaries of a sports field. American football sidelines, for example, mark the edge of the field. Should a player pass through the sidelines, he is considered out of bounds. ...
(Sidelines) the 2 boundary lines that run the length of the court.
(Sidelines) Used in the context of general equities. Hypothetical area referring to non-involvement, merely watching, in a stock.
(Sidelines) The areas along the sides of the field where coaches and non-participating players stand. Any player who runs to a sideline is deemed to be out of bounds, stopping the clock.
(Sidelining) (old cowboy term) using a set of hobbles between the front and back leg on the same side. This prevents the horse from loping away as is possible with normal hobbles.
the boundary line that runs the length of the field along each side; a ball carrier or ball that touches or crosses the sideline is out of bounds.
common word for the touchline.
unofficial term for the touch line; see touch line; field marking delineating the right and left sides of a game field to identify the ball being in and out of play.
specialized hobble, rope that connects a front leg to its corresponding hind leg.