Definition of Siding:
Short-distance railroad track serving a factory or warehouse, and connected to the main track via a switch.
Synonyms of Siding
L, Adobe, Ashlar, Bank, Beam, Billet, Board, Boarding, Border, Branch, Brick, Bricks and mortar, Broadside, Cable railway, Cement, Cheek, Chop, Clapboard, Clinker, Coast, Cog railway, Concrete, Cord, Cordwood, Covering materials, Deal, Driftwood, El, Electric railway, Elevated, Elevated railway, Embankment, Feeder, Feeder line, Ferroconcrete, Firebrick, Firewood, Flag, Flagstone, Flank, Flooring, Gravity-operated railway, Hand, Handedness, Hardwood, Haunch, Hip, Horse railway, Jowl, Junction, Laterality, Lath, Lath and plaster, Lathing, Lathwork, Light railroad, Line, Log, Lumber, Main line, Many-sidedness, Masonry, Metro, Monorail, Mortar, Multilaterality, Panelboard, Paneling, Panelwork, Pavement, Paving, Paving material, Plank, Planking, Plasters, Plyboard, Plywood, Pole, Post, Prestressed concrete, Profile, Puncheon, Quarter, Rack railway, Rack-and-pinion railway, Rail, Rail line, Railroad, Railway, Roadbed, Roadway, Roofage, Roofing, Shake, Sheathing, Sheathing board, Sheeting, Shingle, Shore, Side, Sideboard, Sidetrack, Slab, Slat, Softwood, Splat, Stave, Stick, Stick of wood, Stone, Stovewood, Street railway, Streetcar line, Subway, Switchback, Temple, Terminal, Terminus, Three-by-four, Tile, Tiling, Timber, Timbering, Timberwork, Track, Tram, Tramline, Trestle, Trolley line, Trunk, Trunk line, Tube, Turnout, Two-by-four, Underground, Unilaterality, Walling, Weatherboard, Wood
Meaning of Siding & Siding Definition