one-sided

[ wuhn-sahy-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF one-sided

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ONE-SIDED

But it was a one-sided struggle and lasted only for a second or two.

Yet the one-sided silence lived, with the terrible tenacity of evil.

And don't be one-sided, my dear madam; it's not considerate, it's not kind.

I shall try to avoid falling into the error of a one-sided view.

But the characters of men are one-sided and accept this or that aspect of the truth.

They are one-sided and abstract; but he has many sides of wisdom.

Merle smiled her one-sided smile, and looked at him through her long lashes.

The knives are like one-sided spear-heads, with a short handle attached.

I began to think I had been one-sided in my thoughts of the two; and now how simple it all seemed!

We are a civilization of extremes; we are one-sided, abnormal; distorted.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ONE-SIDED

unilateral

adjectiveconcerned with one side
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