One-sided meaning

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Favoring one side or group; partial or biased.

A one-sided view.

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Characterized by the domination of one competitor over another.

A one-sided basketball game.

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Larger or more developed on one side.

A one-sided pattern.

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Existing or occurring on one side only.
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On, having, or involving only one side.
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Larger or more developed on one side; leaning to one side.
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Favoring one side; uneven or unfair; prejudiced.
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Uneven or unequal.

A one-sided race.

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Biased, only showing one side or point of view on an argument.

His reporting is very partisan, it's extremely onesided.

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(not comparable) Limited to one surface.

This copier only makes onesided copies.

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Partial or biased in favour of one faction or demographic group.

We were robbed! That referee was definitely one-sided.

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With one competitor dominant over the other.

It was a swift, one-sided fight, all over in the second round.

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Having only one side, like a Möbius strip.
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