One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1With the furthest point of an object facing toward one.‘seen end on, their sharp, rocky summits point like arrows’
- 1.1 With the furthest point of an object touching that of another.‘slim stone tiles had been layered end on with incredible skill’
edgewise, sidewards, side first, edgeways, end onView synonyms
- ‘For three blocks the surrounding streets have been closed off except to motorcycles and as far as the eye can see Harleys are parked end on to the curb.’
- 1.1 With the furthest point of an object touching that of another.
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