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one-dimensional

[wuhn-di-men-shuh-nl] /ˈwʌn dɪˈmɛn ʃə nl/
adjective
1.
having one dimension only.
2.
having no depth or scope:
a novel with one-dimensional characters.
Origin
1880-1885
1880-85
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Examples for one-dimensional
  • Rankings are essentially one-dimensional, since each indicator is considered independently.
  • But it isn't quite as easy or as one-dimensional as it might appear.
  • Her comment clarified for me how one-dimensional her view of me really was.
  • In our one-dimensional, capitalist age, the holistic view of how the world works rarely comes into play.
  • First one-dimensional, then two, the models have gradually revealed key details behind supernova activity.
  • Humans are one-dimensional in their thinking and so sentimental that it blinds them.
  • Such things happen rather easily with one-dimensional characters.
  • But when made with water it was one-dimensional, lacking depth and richness.
  • But such communication is considered uncommon and relatively one-dimensional, aimed entirely at finding a mate.
  • But as one-dimensional chains, proteins are useless.

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