lie alongside

lie alongside (of someone or an animal)

to lie next to someone or an animal. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Jimmy came in to lie alongside of his father in bed. The puppy lay alongside its mother.
See also: alongside, lie
References in classic literature ?
asked Father Brown, as the girl in the canoe paddled off, without showing the least intention of extending her interest from the tower to the yacht, which Fanshaw had already caused to lie alongside the island.
The development sites lie alongside an area of wetland known as Pen y Bont Wildlife Site, which is protected and believed to be a habitat for water vole.
MEMORIES J Tributes from Rebecca and Jack, left, lie alongside a collection of photos and bottle of HP sauce left by Lee's younger sisters FAVOURITE Z Rebecca with Jack's pig
Other voices suggest Chavez's body be taken to his hometown Sabaneta to fulfill his wish to lie alongside his grandmother.
Pearls of wisdom lie alongside opinions of complete and utter absurdity (though who is to say which is which)?
Rev McCollum confirmed the two men will lie alongside each other in a funeral home before separate services and burials as Mr Rothwell was a member of the Church of Ireland and Jordan was Catholic.
Scotland suffered a 24-6 reverse to lie alongside Italy at the foot of the tournament standings.
Scotland suffered a 24-6 reverse to a Wales side winless in their previous eight Tests on Saturday, following on from a 34-21 defeat in France seven days earlier, to lie alongside Italy at the foot of the tournament standings.
Anguish: Flowers lie at scene of the murder Poignant: Hugh and Beatrice's roses lie alongside other floral tributes at spot where Moira died Close family: Moira's parents are supporting each other after her brutal death
Some of those breads lie alongside the dishes we sample and are an ideal foil for the full-on flavours.
The Mancunians lie alongside newcomers Blyth Spartans at the head of the table with just goal difference dividing the pair and after four wins from six outings go to the Knitters looking to consolidate their lofty perch.
A bogey at the second dropped Singh back to two under and he had to wait a further five holes to lie alongside his arch rival.
One of them, though paralyzed, shouts that he wants to leave, refusing to lie alongside his enemy.
The Grand Turk, built in Turkey to original Admiralty specifications, will lie alongside the 1991 German-built Eye Of The Wind, Bessie Ellen from Plymouth, and Swedish vessel Ruth.
Now that she has been retired, bring the Geordie Gunboat home, let her lie alongside the Newcastle Quayside as a tribute to the region, don't let her be scrapped.