sidelined

All Verb
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  • Following that he was sidelined for almost a year and could never win back his form any more.
  • His last was cut short when an injury sidelined him for the most of the season.
  • However, he was unable to prove himself and sidelined from first-team action.
  • He spent the vast majority of the first half of his first season sidelined with physical problems.
  • He was sidelined the following two games as a result of the injury.
  • Sidelined for seven games, he returned by the end of the month.
  • He played in three further games before being sidelined once more through the same ankle problem.
  • He was sidelined for almost a month and returned to play with only three games left in the regular season.
  • He was sidelined by a shoulder injury after two years in the league.
  • He was sidelined for several weeks, and missed the next six events as well.
  • Two months later he was sidelined for several weeks after picking up a foot injury.
  • The injury left him sidelined for ten and a half months.
  • However, he played only two games before being sidelined with a groin injury.
  • They still played late nights at clubs and worked sidelined in films.
  • A knee injury sidelined him for the last two games of the season.
  • The following season he was a regular in the first team until suffering an injury which sidelined him for four months.
  • Sidelined for two months, he took up yoga, which he grew to love.
  • Smith turned it down, not wishing his political career to become sidelined as a law officer.
  • He was sidelined for the last preseason game and the first three regular season games.
  • Then he was hit by a knee injury leaving him sidelined for the first half of the season.
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Root form of sidelined is sideline for the verb.

Meaning of sidelined

  • verb Remove from the center of activity or attention; place into an inferior position
    The outspoken cabinet member was sidelined by the President