one-dimensional

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one-dimensional

[wuhn-di-men-shuh-nl]
adjective
1.
having one dimension only.
2.
having no depth or scope: a novel with one-dimensional characters.

Origin:
1880–85

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one-dimensional

adjective
1. relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope; "a prose statement of fact is unidimensional, its value being measured wholly in terms of its truth"- Mary Sheehan; "a novel with one-dimensional characters" [syn: unidimensional] [ant: multidimensional
2. of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension; "a linear measurement" [syn: linear] [ant: planar, cubic
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Example sentences
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.
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