from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. One-dimensional.
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- adj. one-dimensional
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having but one dimension. See dimension.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having only one dimension; varying in only one way.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope
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At the same time, realpolitik can bite back, and China is learning some hard lessons about the way the world works, and how a unidimensional approach to OFDI may not be in its own best interests.
Children develop a pecking order, not as unidimensional as the dominance hierarchies of chickens and elephants, but nonetheless an influential youth-driven social order with a force of its own that each child can accept or reject, and that can accept or reject each child.
At the time, the media portrayed a rather unidimensional view of public opinion — very black and white with little nuance (or should I say, red and blue?).
Contrary to what may be inferred from the comment, although Ayn Rand's villains may have shared a basic belief in "man as means", they were not unidimensional.
Therefore, acceptance of human genetic diversity in its totality necessarily leads to the rejection of unidimensional rankings of the capacity of human individuals or groups.
Therefore, acceptance of human genetic diversity in its totality necessairly leads to the rejection of unidimensional rankings of the capacity of human individuals or groups.
A real challenge for US policymakers with their unidimensional approach to regional politics.
Track teams probably have the fewest problems in this regard because the measures of performance are so objective, and the events unidimensional.
The women seem too unidimensional, too perfect, too content to be exactly what their husbands want them to be.
All of these preferences are placed on a unidimensional line, thus the simplicity of the model.
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