Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a one-sided manner; unequally; with partiality or bias.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a one-sided or biased manner.
  • adverb In a manner which physically favors or uses only one side of something.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in a unilateral manner; by means of one part or party

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Examples

  • First, West misconstrues the meaning of concupiscence, stressing purity of intention one-sidedly when talking about problems of lust.

    Pope John Paul II

  • First, West misconstrues the meaning of concupiscence, stressing purity of intention one-sidedly when talking about problems of lust.

    David L. Schindler criticizes Christopher West's work with TOTB

  • Derrida's poetically rendered claims about finitude and the possibility of mourning being constitutive of friendship (which includes love) resonate powerfully with criticisms that have been made of Heidegger's one-sidedly self-focused conception in Being and Time (1927) of what it means to have an "authentic" comportment -- one that owns rather than disowns -- toward the finitude of our existence.

    Robert D. Stolorow: The Work of Mourning, by Jacques Derrida

  • First, West misconstrues the meaning of concupiscence, stressing purity of intention one-sidedly when talking about problems of lust.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • Derrida's poetically rendered claims about finitude and the possibility of mourning being constitutive of friendship (which includes love) resonate powerfully with criticisms that have been made of Heidegger's one-sidedly self-focused conception in Being and Time (1927) of what it means to have an "authentic" comportment -- one that owns rather than disowns -- toward the finitude of our existence.

    Robert D. Stolorow: The Work of Mourning, by Jacques Derrida

  • Derrida's poetically rendered claims about finitude and the possibility of mourning being constitutive of friendship (which includes love) resonate powerfully with criticisms that have been made of Heidegger's one-sidedly self-focused conception in Being and Time (1927) of what it means to have an "authentic" comportment -- one that owns rather than disowns -- toward the finitude of our existence.

    Robert D. Stolorow: The Work of Mourning, by Jacques Derrida

  • I'm sorry animals, but if you didn't want to be one-sidedly eaten by us, you should have evolved to compete with us better, instead of evolving to be so damn tasty.

    Paul Jury: 6 Things I Learned on the Fast Track Detox Diet

  • He did not understand the logic “of course, I am not a military man” of setting up an establishment in a place that was so obviously and one-sidedly threatened and feared they would all be “running like hell within 60 days.”

    A Covert Affair

  • I'm sorry animals, but if you didn't want to be one-sidedly eaten by us, you should have evolved to compete with us better, instead of evolving to be so damn tasty.

    Paul Jury: 6 Things I Learned on the Fast Track Detox Diet

  • First, West misconstrues the meaning of concupiscence, stressing purity of intention one-sidedly when talking about problems of lust.

    Television

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