sidelines

All Noun
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  • After six weeks on the sidelines, he played against but broke down the following week.
  • He spent much of his debut campaign on the sidelines, due to injury.
  • The number of businesses working at sidelines or after hours was quite low.
  • Once again, he failed to perform and spent a lot of time on the sidelines.
  • King could have returned to the sidelines at some point, but he continued to have short-term memory problems.
  • The injury forced him out of the game and kept him on the sidelines the following week as well.
  • Then getting the thing tucked away under his arm he set out for the sidelines.
  • He spent his first season in the sidelines, due to injury.
  • He was active in seasons one and two but just appearing on the sidelines in season three.
  • And most gay people didn't come out to the sidelines because they were afraid.
  • He's active in the first and second tournament but only seen at the sidelines in the third.
  • It was his first goal for the club after almost a year and a half on the sidelines through injury.
  • After two months on the sidelines, Bell made a return to training from injury.
  • Because of this, she was unable to coach from the sidelines for most of the regular season.
  • She used to play on the sidelines at her brothers' baseball games.
  • Generally the stands are full and often fans will stand on the sidelines to watch the games.
  • He soon spent another six weeks on the sidelines because of a shoulder injury before returning in November.
  • The injury kept him on the sidelines for much of the season.
  • Three games into the season he retired as a player and saw out the year coaching from the sidelines.
  • He spent the vast majority of his first and only season with the latter on the sidelines, due to injury.
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Root form of sidelines is sideline for both verb and noun.

Meaning of sidelines

  • noun A line that marks the side boundary of a playing field
  • noun An auxiliary line of merchandise
  • verb Remove from the center of activity or attention; place into an inferior position
    The outspoken cabinet member was sidelined by the President