Side line.

1.

(a)

A line pert. or attached to the side of a thing.

(b)

Specif., a line for hobbling an animal by connecting the fore and the hind feet of the same side.

2.

(a)

A line of goods sold in addition to one's principal articles of trade; a course of business pursued aside from one's regular occupation.

(b)

A secondary road; esp., a byroad at right angles to a main road. [Canada]

 

© Webster 1913

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