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English definition of “sidle”

sidle

verb     /ˈsaɪdl/
sidle along/over/up, etc to walk towards someone, trying not to be noticed: He sidled up to her and whispered something in her ear.Slow and moving slowlyMoving to avoid being seen
(Definition of sidle verb from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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