one-sided definition

  • adjective:
    • Favoring one side or group; limited or biased: a one-sided view.
    • described as the domination of 1 rival over another: a one-sided basketball game.
    • bigger or more developed on a single part: a one-sided structure.
    • Existing or happening on a single side only.
    • Partial or biased in favour of one faction or demographic group
    • With one competitor dominating throughout the other
    • from percentage or lopsided
    • Having only one side, like a Möbius strip
    • Having one side just, or one side prominent.
    • restricted to one part; favoring anyone or side over another; partial; unjust; unjust.
    • Having one group or celebration greatly superior; highly favoring one part; unequal; imbalanced; unequal; ; -- of contests, generally speaking.
    • Growing on a single side of a stem.
    • only using one side, or having only 1 part usable; ; -- used mostly of sheets of product used for printing or imaging.
    • Performed by only one party or side; -- of actions directly impacting more than one celebration. Opposite of multilateral.
    • from proportion in form.
    • Not reversible or with the capacity of having either side out; -- of fabric textiles or garments. Opposite of reversible.
    • favoring someone or part over another
    • maybe not reversible or capable of having either part out
    • involving one component or part
  • others:
    • Relating to or having but one part; limited; unjust; unjust: since, a one-sided view.
    • In botany, created to at least one side; turned to one side, or having the components all-turned one of the ways; unequal-sided.

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