A wing of a building, notably in a church separated from the nave proper by piers. (noun)
A clear path through rows of seating. (noun)
A clear corridor in a supermarket with shelves on both sides containing goods for sale. (noun)
Any path through an otherwise obstructed space. (noun)
Examples of word aisle
It's not so much on the real rare, high-end comics or artwork but the bad economic news seems to be prompting a downturn in, as one of them put it, "the kind of merchandise that the guy across the aisle is also carrying."
Either way it goes, any real patriot can see that both sides of the aisle is the problem Neo-Cons and Libs.
The central "aisle" is devoted to "Olmec: Colossal Masterworks of Ancient Mexico," which in fact features masterworks from roughly 1400 to 400 BC, ranging from the massive stone portrait heads of rulers ...
Or, glad that one side of the aisle is still trying to make this country work.
In the blogosphere, the right side of the aisle is having a collective orgasm.