from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Favoring one side or group; partial or biased: a one-sided view.
- adj. Characterized by the domination of one competitor over another: a one-sided basketball game.
- adj. Larger or more developed on one side: a one-sided pattern.
- adj. Existing or occurring on one side only.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Partial or biased in favour of one faction or demographic group
- adj. With one competitor dominant over the other
- adj. Out of proportion or lopsided
- adj. Having only one side, like a Möbius strip
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having one side only, or one side prominent.
- adj. Limited to one side; favoring one person or side over another; partial; unjust; unfair.
- adj. Having one team or party greatly superior; strongly favoring only one side; uneven; imbalanced; unequal; ; -- of contests, generally.
- adj. Growing on one side of a stem.
- adj. Using only one side, or having only one side usable; ; -- used mostly of sheets of material used for printing or imaging.
- adj. Performed by only one party or side; -- of actions directly affecting more than one party. Opposite of
- adj. out of proportion in shape.
- adj. Not reversible or capable of having either side out; -- of cloth fabrics or clothing. Opposite of
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or having but one side; partial; unjust; unfair: as, a one-sided view.
- In botany, developed to one side; turned to one side, or having the parts all turned one way; unequal-sided.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. favoring one person or side over another
- adj. not reversible or capable of having either side out
- adj. involving only one part or side
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In announcing Japan's intervention, Finance Minister Yoshiko Noda said the government was moving to counter what he called "one-sided," "excessive" and speculator-driven rises in the yen.
Jerram cites an abundant historical literature on homosexuality - what he calls a "one-sided archive" - demonstrating that at the turn of the century middle-class gay men were beginning to see themselves in terms of sexual preference.
In a telephone conference with reporters later she said Washington opposed the word "illegal" in the draft resolution she called one-sided.
He said it was "correct" that the question contains the presumption that independence is the preferable option, adding; "It's called a one-sided question or a loaded question and poll-takers for a long time have warned us against those kind of questions.
It should have been a stroll for Aston Villa in a one-sided Carling Cup second-round tie at Villa Park on Tuesday night but it needed late goals from Eric Lihaj, the American defender, and Nathan Delfouneso, a substitute, to extinguish the defensive fire of battling Hereford United.
It's critical that international institutions monitor these arrangements and find ways to block those that are one-sided or benefit only the wealthy.
Earlier in the evening, Pacquiao had devastated his latest challenger, Shane Mosley, in a one-sided match that dragged 12 rounds and ended in a shower of boos.
He was pummeled for 12 rounds and lost a one-sided decision to WBO welterweight champion, Manny Pacquiao.
Really, we call it as it is and the moonbat libertarians that want their way every time (we do want to give you most of what you want as long as the things we Conservatives [not the one-sided conservatives] get what need for us to stay in the party).
There is a pattern here by many of the MSM that clearly does not report facts, is one-sided, and provides commentary that is blatantly false and can be demonstrated to be so.