Definition of sided in English:

sided

Line breaks: sided
Pronunciation: /ˈsʌɪdɪd
 
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adjective

[in combination]
Having sides of a specified number or type: narrow, steep-sided canyons
More example sentences
  • In the comfy lounge, a 20-sided die rolled silently across a table like a tumbleweed.
  • Those old oriental boxes, top hats with pigeons and double-sided silk handkerchiefs won't do any more.
  • Through the millennia, the Zambezi River has carved its way down through faulted rock to create this sheer-sided gorge.

Derivatives

sidedly [in combination]

adverb
More example sentences
  • Thus the art literature of the North almost everywhere reflects one - sidedly the standpoint of the classical tradition.
  • The movie is one sidedly upbeat.
  • His consciousness is concentrated one sidedly on details requiring the most careful observation.

sidedness

noun
More example sentences
  • This legislation has been widely criticised for its one - sidedness in addressing the various interests related to copyright and this lack of balance is considered to be at odds with established legal frameworks.
  • Furthermore, mutants for asymmetrically-expressed proteins end up randomizing the sidedness of asymmetric structures, and laser ablation of the parapineal similarly produces fish with randomized asymmetry.
  • This unlovely portrait is not wholly wrong, but it is, in its despairing one - sidedness, wholly inadequate as a basis for analysis.

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