one-dimensional

[ wuhn-di-men-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF one-dimensional
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A man becoming part of our folklore becomes a fey, one-dimensional, shadow-image of reality.

That informants have a one-dimensional view of earlier periods in Shoshone history may well be expected.

But in the one-dimensional time the same bit of matter occupies different portions of time.

In one-dimensional geometry positions and measurements in a single line only are admitted.

No, not along this line of one-dimensional, linear, simplistic form of determinism.

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