This decision turned the trial of Whitey Bulger into one of the most lopsided cases in the history of jurisprudence.
Despite such a lopsided vote in the House, the measure will die in the Senate.
But opponents take little comfort from these lopsided numbers.
Barack Obama defeated John McCain with 52.9 percent of the popular vote—a solid margin, but hardly a crushing or lopsided result.
Or as lopsided, as no one thinks Obama can pull off another Electoral College landslide.
And now they crouched down on the sandy strip of shore and stared hard at the lopsided darker shadow out there in the water.
He grinned at Scorio, but the grin was lopsided, more like a sneering grimace.
If they left their pests behind, the total system of checks and balances which make life practical would get lopsided.
His lopsided grin was as frightening as the cardinal's angry stare.
This culture might, perhaps, more properly be termed the contracted or lopsided culture.