Which part of speech is the underlined word?
You'll find the meat on the left-hand side of the store.
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A noun is generally a name, place animal or thing, basically some sort of physical object. "left-hand" doesn't seem to be some sort of object.
A pronoun is used in place of a person's name because continuously writing someone's name can look really annoying. A pronoun is a word that can be used in place of a noun.
Now thinking of "left-hand" as a pronoun doesn't make any sense.
You don't say ""Left-hand"! Come here!", you say "Hey! Come here!"
A verb is a word that describes some sort of action being performed, like playing, dancing, swimming, slept, threw. Now "left-hand" is not telling us about any action being performed so it's not a verb
An adjective is a word used to describe a noun. For example red flower, the word red describes the noun flower, so red is an adjective. The part of the sentence "left-hand" is describing "what" side of the store, basically it is telling us more about the store. So it is an adjective.
That is what I think. :)