listen to the pronunciation of one-sided
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Partial or biased in favour of one faction or demographic group

We were robbed! That referee was definitely one-sided.

Out of proportion or lopsided
With one competitor dominant over the other

It was a swift, one-sided fight, all over in the second round.

Having only one side, like a Möbius strip
excessively devoted to one faction
disapproval If you describe someone as one-sided, you are critical of what they say or do because you think it shows that they have considered only one side of an issue or event. There has been a very one-sided account of her problems with Ted. = biased
favoring one person or side over another; "a biased account of the trial"; "a decision that was partial to the defendant"
out of proportion in shape
involving only one part or side; "unilateral paralysis"; "a unilateral decision"
If you say that an activity or relationship is one-sided, you think that one of the people or groups involved does much more than the other or is much stronger than the other. The negotiating was completely one-sided
not reversible or capable of having either side out
one side
You should move to one side and allow me to go through the passageway you are blocking

I'm late now, Fatty. C'mon. One side, Zooey said. A Philadelphia highboy had been moved out into the hall, and, together with Mrs. Glass's person, it blocked Zooey's passage.

In a one-sided or biased manner

Macaulay was concerned to interpret the seventeenth century in terms of the triumph of the Whigs as champions of public rights; and he upheld this one-sidedly but not malignantly.

In a manner which physically favors or uses only one side of something

There was nothing Julia could tell her about sterilizing, or talcum powder, or keeping light out of the baby's eyes, or turning her over in her crib from time to time so that she shouldn't develop one-sidedly.

One side
one side
one surface out of many
one sided
having only one side; unfair, partial, giving only one opinion on an issue
partial, limited to one side; unilateral; occurring on one side only
Growing on one side of a stem; as, one-sided flowers
Biased, only showing one side or point of view on an argument
Limited to one surface
Having one side only, or one side prominent; hence, limited to one side; partial; unjust; unfair; as, a one-sided view or statement