1. Beside means next to.
Pattern: verb + beside + noun
Please come over here and sit beside me.
Verbs commonly used with this pattern:
be, kneel, lie (down), rest, sit (down), sleep, stand, walk, work
beside the point—irrelevant
He always wastes time at our meetings by talking about things that are beside the point.
beside oneself—extremely agitated
My mother is beside herself because she doesn't know where my brother is.
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Eddie is a black lab mix that ADORES his brother Milo. Without Milo, Eddie wouldn't be able to get around. Eddie started having issues with his sight and went blind about a year ago.Milo and Eddie have a very strong bond. Before Eddie went blind, he and Milo were the best of puppy friends, romping it up in the woods, playing fetch, chasing after toys, when Eddie went blind, Milo stepped up to the task of guiding Eddie without any training. Milo also wears a bell on his collar so Eddie can easily find him.