Synonyms for Side:

adj.

lateral (adjective)
left, right, Flanking, lateral, sidewise, sidelong.
minor; flanking (adjective)
off-center, oblique, sidelong, lesser, secondary, incidental, subordinate, lateral, roundabout, sideways, superficial, sidewise, not the main, indirect, subsidiary, ancillary.
side (adjective)
flank, lateral.
sideways (adjective)
lateral.

n.

channel, cbc, indirect, sidewise, oblique, not the main, carrier, off to the side, superficial, roundabout, the BBC, CBS, abc, Broadcasting House, CNN, by a devious way, off-center, off the main, IDENT, franchise, sideways. belly, heart, girth, hand, body, belly button, chest, abdomen. antagonist, part, nemesis, Archenemy, deadly enemy/foe/rival, opponent, adversary, archrival, enemy, foe, sworn. persona, frame of reference, alter ego, endowment, propensity, flaw, regard, incarnation, affectation, foible, phase, predisposition, light, angle, fault, facet, respect. clad, positive, pro, approving, sheathe, sympathetic, cover, partial, skin, surface, affirmative, supportive. amidships, bay, beam, aft, blade, bow, bowsprit, boom, bilge. peculiarity, property, factor, nature, quality, component, feature. ballplayer, all-American, club, conference, blue, center forward, boy, backfield. collateral, subsidiary, secondary, subordinate, lesser, in descending order, second, ancillary. back, confines, bottom, bump, base, corner, bevel, apex. audacity, self-esteem, self-confidence, confidence, composure, chutzpah, assurance, pride, temerity, self-assurance. clerestory, dado, damp, baseboard, firewall, front, gable, frieze, facing. brisket, chop, chuck, beefsteak, cut, chuck steak, corn dog, cutlet, chump. blood, eldest, elder, clansman, charge, blood relation, black sheep, clanswoman, the elder, dependent. cement, ice, paper, carpet, tile, wax, board over, varnish, plaster. chin, complexion, crease, brow, eye, Crow's-feet, bone structure, eye socket, dimple. demarcation, frontier, line, port of entry, no man's land, state line. dish, salver, ramekin, plate, mixing bowl, finger bowl, bowl, platter, saucer, punch bowl. cap, crag, crest, cairn, divide, Brae, the brow, escarpment, crown. center, circumference, contour, cusp, sector, hypotenuse. communication (noun)
position.
condition (noun)
phase.
edge (noun)
brink, periphery, outline, ring, curb, margin, extremity, perimeter, border, coast, fringe, fence, tip, precipice, boundary, rim, frontier limit, edge, sharpness, brim.
edge, exteriority of object (noun)
perimeter, haunch, bottom, face, sector, front, surface, margin, border, hand, periphery, rim, part, boundary, flank, facet, verge.
location (noun)
face.
opposing person or view (noun)
foe, enemy.
point of view (noun)
angle, light, position, phase.
side (noun)
bye, by, face, incidental, flank, side of meat, broadside, slope, incline, haunch, shank, lateral, added, root, position, shoulder, go with, sidelong, pull, english, incident.

Other synonyms:

circumference, partial, frame of reference, state line, sympathetic, hypotenuse, approving, supportive, clad, demarcation, port of entry. affirmative, contour, cusp, pro, no man's land, sheathe. angle. frontier, positive, sector. cover. hand. part. light. corner. line. aspect
facet.
Other relevant words:
brow, club, hand, bye, temerity, antagonist, slope, incident, face, lesser, demarcation, frontier, chop, position, clad, side of meat, front, sidelong, pro, sheathe, respect, sector, roundabout, off-center, regard, facing, audacity, property, corner, subordinate, contour, pull, flank, indirect, sideways, incidental, subsidiary, hypotenuse, cover, superficial, oblique, light, secondary, root, incline, sidewise, foe, eye, phase, blood, supportive, frame of reference, beam, angle, collateral, part, self-assurance, broadside, english, pride, facet, go with, affectation, by, ancillary, chutzpah, skin, partial, body, feature, added, surface, enemy, affirmative, bevel, line, not the main, quality.

Usage examples for side

  1. Evan was by Lady Jocelyn's side – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. On each side was a room. – Mary Magdalen by Edgar Saltus
  3. The left side was another face- the same, and yet not the same. – Gigolo by Edna Ferber