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one–sided

adjective one–sid·ed \ˈwən-ˈsī-dəd\

: showing only one opinion or point of view

: led or controlled by one of the two people or groups involved

Full Definition of ONE-SIDED

1
a (1) :  having one side prominent :  lopsided (2) :  having or occurring on one side only
b :  limited to one side :  partial <a one–sided interpretation>
2
:  unilateral <a one–sided decision>
one–sid·ed·ly adverb
one–sid·ed·ness noun

First Known Use of ONE-SIDED

circa 1802

Rhymes with ONE-SIDED

ONE-SIDED Defined for Kids

one–sided

adjective one–sid·ed \ˈwən-ˈsī-dəd\

Definition of ONE-SIDED for Kids

1
:  done or occurring on one side only <a one-sided decision>
2
:  having one side more developed :  lopsided
3
:  favoring or dominated by one side <Back in Connecticut he had sometimes watched the one-sided fights of cats and mice in the meadow … — George Selden, The Cricket in Times Square>

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