one-sidedly

one-sided

[wuhn-sahy-did]
adjective
1.
considering but one side of a matter or question; partial or unfair: a one-sided judgment.
2.
with one party, contestant, side, etc., vastly superior; unbalanced; unequal: a one-sided fight.
3.
existing or occurring on one side only.
4.
having but one side, or but one developed or finished side.
5.
having one side larger or more developed than the other.
6.
Law. involving the action of one person only.
7.
having the parts all on one side, as an inflorescence.

Origin:
1805–15

one-sidedly, adverb
one-sidedness, noun
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one-sided
 
adj
1.  considering or favouring only one side of a matter, problem, etc
2.  having all the advantage on one side
3.  larger or more developed on one side
4.  having, existing on, or occurring on one side only
5.  another term for unilateral
6.  See Möbius strip denoting a surface on which any two points can be joined without crossing an edge
 
one-'sidedly
 
adv
 
one-'sidedness
 
n

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one-sided
1833, "dealing with one side of a question or dispute," from one + side.
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