Aisle vs Sidewalk - What's the difference?

aisle | sidewalk |


As a verb aisle

is .

As a noun sidewalk is

(us) a footpath, usually paved, at the side of a road for the use of pedestrians; a pavement (uk) or footpath (australia); by extension, any paved footpath, even if not located at the side of a road.

aisle

English

Noun

(wikipedia aisle) (en noun)
  • A wing of a building, notably in a church separated from the nave proper by piers.
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  • , title=The Dust of Conflict , chapter=20 citation , passage=Hester Earle and Violet Wayne were moving about the aisle with bundles of wheat-ears and streamers of ivy, for the harvest thanksgiving was shortly to be celebrated, while the vicar stood waiting for their directions on the chancel steps with a great handful of crimson gladioli.}}
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  • A clear path through rows of seating.
  • A clear corridor in a supermarket with shelves on both sides containing goods for sale.
  • Any path through an otherwise obstructed space.
  • Synonyms

    * (path senses) isle

    Derived terms

    * aisled * cross the aisle * roll in the aisles

    Anagrams

    * * ----

    sidewalk

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (US) A footpath, usually paved, at the side of a road for the use of pedestrians; a pavement (UK) or footpath (Australia); by extension, any paved footpath, even if not located at the side of a road.
  • Synonyms
    * (paved footpath)

    See also

    * roadway and verge