foreside [fawr-sahyd, fohr-] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- the front or part.
Origin of foreside Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at, Examples from the Web for foreside Historical Examples of foreside
On the foreside of this cabin lived the more subordinate officers, and still further forward the crew.
Clambering over the precious pile in the middle, they crouched low on the foreside of the mast and groped under the half-deck.
But I guess I sha’ n’t like to learn it very much if the backside is hard as the foreside is.
Abby Morton Diaz
The Captain swung quickly down the foreside of the conning-tower, ran forward and peered into the casing in the eyes of the boat.
I suppose the first mischief was done by the foreside of the whirl, the latter by the hinderside, their motion being contrary.
British Dictionary definitions for foreside foreside noun
- the front or upper side or part
- US land extending along the sea