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Pronunciation: (bi-sīd'), [key]
prep.
1. by or at the side of; near: Sit down beside me.
2. compared with: Beside him other writers seem amateurish.
3. apart from; not connected with: beside the point; beside the question.
4. besides (defs. 4, 5).
5. beside oneself, almost out of one's senses from a strong emotion, as from joy, delight, anger, fear, or grief: He was beside himself with rage when the train left without him.

adv.
1. along the side of something: The family rode in the carriage, and the dog ran along beside.
2. besides (def. 2).

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