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one-sided (comparative more one-sided, superlative most one-sided)

  1. Partial or biased in favour of one faction or demographic group
    We were robbed! That referee was definitely one-sided.
  2. With one competitor dominant over the other
    It was a swift, one-sided fight, all over in the second round.
    • 2011 February 12, Nabil Hassan, “Blackburn 0 - 0 Newcastle”, in BBC[1]:
      Lovenkrands only just failed to connect with another Enrique cross in what was becoming a one-sided affair at Ewood Park but despite Newcastle dominating, Blackburn held out with the half ending goalless.
  3. Out of proportion or lopsided.
  4. Having only one side, like a Möbius strip.
  5. (botany) Turned to one side.
  6. (logic, of a modality) That is necessarily or absolutely different than the respective coordinate alethic or temporal modality, but not its opposite.


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