one-sidedness

[ wuhn-sahy-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF one-sidedness
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One-sidedness is usually arrested by turning that side away from the light.

"I believe you are right about the one-sidedness," said Kate, soberly.

The fact however, reveals a one-sidedness which he could have avoided.

Many of the errors of the Church have arisen from one-sidedness in this respect.

A self-made man: with the one-sidedness that often belong to such men.

The only point in question was, how to avoid the one-sidedness of Classicism.

These tendencies are tendencies of reaction with all their one-sidedness.

They show the one-sidedness, but also the poetry of the Romantic view of nature.

No one at the present day can deny the one-sidedness of his representation.

It is this that a large portion of our Darwinians can not, in their one-sidedness, understand.

WORD ORIGIN

1833, "dealing with one side of a question or dispute," from one + side (n.). Related: One-sidedly; one-sidedness.

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