from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Complete; comprehensive; not limited or partial.
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I agree with both sides of your ... uh ... both-sided statement.
Being a “both-sided,” paradoxical proclamation, it is a true statement.
His straight forward manner also commanded my respect, for, generally speaking, I had found bishops very smooth and two-sided, or rather both-sided; but in his ease there was no mistake.
"The judging was not perfect today but it was not biased as the referees were making both-sided mistakes."
They're quite small (3 / 4 of the width of a 3,5 "disk, same height) and can be used both-sided (side A and B).