• (verb): Move sideways.
    Synonyms: sashay
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on sidle:

Sara Sidle - Relationships - Gil Grissom
... centers entirely around Grissom exploring his attraction to Sidle when confronted with a dead woman who bore a striking resemblance to her ... In this season Sara Sidle apparently developed a drinking problem, which Grissom acknowledged in the season finale ... In the next season, Sidle was suspended for insubordination and told Grissom about her tormented childhood ...
Sara Sidle - Character Development
... Perhaps because of her traumatic childhood, Sidle has demonstrated compassion and empathy for victims of domestic violence, and fury against their abusers ... In the early years of the show, Sidle is depicted as a loner ... During the fourth and fifth seasons, Sidle seems to be on a downward spiral as her memories of childhood resurface, with cases becoming more difficult for her ...
Gil Grissom - Relationships With Other Characters - Sara Sidle
... season there were hints that both Sara Sidle and Grissom were interested in each other romantically ... In fact, the show's creators made Sara Sidle while thinking of a future love interest for Grissom, but during the show's first three seasons, Grissom flirted with all the female ... Consequently, Sara Sidle is submerged into depression after her kidnap in the season seven finale, and, even though she accepts Grissom's marriage proposal on the season's fourth ...
The Miniature Killer - Known Victims - Sara Sidle (survived)
... her, and piece together her background before arresting her, but not before she kidnapped Sara Sidle ... She targeted Sara Sidle because she blamed Gil Grissom for taking her foster father Ernie Dell away from her, the person she loved the most ...

More definitions of "sidle":

  • (verb): Move unobtrusively or furtively.
    Example: "The young man began to sidle near the pretty girl sitting on the log"

Famous quotes containing the word sidle:

    He gives the impression of a strong mind which is composed and wise. His brown eye is exceedingly kindly and gentle. A child would like to sit in his lap and a dog would sidle up to him. It is difficult to associate his personality and this impression of kindness and gentle simplicity with what has occurred here in connection with these purges and shootings of the Red Army generals, and so forth.
    Joseph Davies (1876–1958)