onesided[ wuhn-sahy-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF onesided
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He affected to see in that, onesided as it was, evidence of Ralegh's piratical temper.
Keble's whole view of Nature, it must be said, was onesided and wanting in insight.
But our whole consideration so far has been onesided and narrow.
They appear to contemporaries to be onesided, exaggerated, narrow, fanatical.
Yesterday the wreckers and agnostics—to-day the specialists and onesided enthusiasts—to-morrow, the embodiers, the includers.
Even with him the understanding was onesided, and ended in his always going whithersoever he pleased.
However, realism is onesided and exaggerated, and therefore just as far from the truth as enthusiastic idealism.
This onesided history is still more dangerous in reference to moral truth.