- 1Having or relating to a single dimension: one-dimensional curvesMore example sentences
- In Fig 4B, the two populations have a single one-dimensional module in common.
- Here, the hydrocarbon chains are, on average, directed to a single one-dimensional line.
- And, sorry to be petty, but the right-left political model is actually one-dimensional, not two dimensional.
- 1.1Lacking depth; superficial: the supporting roles are alarmingly one-dimensional creationsMore example sentences
- The two actors have got killer pipes and the acting chops to give depth to otherwise one-dimensional characters.
- But the characters are mostly one-dimensional stereotypes with little engaging depth.
- He's a bit one-dimensional, but when that one dimension is scoring, it's worth a look.
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- And while there was a significant lack of Black menace, I thought any shred of one-dimensionality was completely trumped in the scene in which Black tries to talk down Lupin from his transformation.
- The one-dimensionality of the film wasn't helped by the fact that there wasn't any dialogue - the songs were entirely outside of the action, and thus couldn't add much to the story.
- This is actually another strength of the film and the brief moments between the teens and their parents speak volumes without descending into cliché or one-dimensionality.
More definitions of one-dimensionalDefinition of one-dimensional in:
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