1. "table placed near the side of a room".
- sideboard (n.)
- "table placed near the side of a room or hall" (especially one where food is served), c. 1300, from side (adj.) + board (n.1).
- 1. I got a bottle of my best malt out of the sideboard.
- 2. Castle went to the sideboard and poured himself a whisky.
- 3. He went to the sideboard and poured himself a whisky.
- 4. There are a pair of vases on the sideboard.
- 5. We keep the silver in this sideboard.
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