of or in or along or relating to a line; involving or having a single dimension
a linear measurement
relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope
a novel with one-dimensional characters
a prose statement of fact is unidimensional, its value being measured wholly in terms of its truth
How To Use one-dimensional In A Sentence
- Thereby, one-dimensional or multidimensional attribute of call events is displayed simultaneously through the invention.
- The Greek middle classes fare not much better in Tsiolkas's simplistic, one-dimensional portrayal.
- The album is slightly tedious and sometimes one-dimensional.
- Discussions of the American alliance in this volume, and our economic and cultural bonds therein, are in general incurious, dogmatic and one-dimensional.
- During the previous three years, little bits and pieces of the characters were fleshed out and expanded beyond simple, one-dimensional characters.
- To endorse one-dimensional submission is to reject the whole counsel of Scripture.
- In fact, I'd talk at length about the actors if there was anything to talk about - every single one comes off as strange and one-dimensional due to the chintzy voice over work provided by lesser talent.
- The transmission properties of the one-dimensional photonic crystals with defects were studied using the eigen matrix method, and a new kind of tunable optical filter is proposed in this paper.
- Clay is a professional bloat, eyes empty and drained of any serious intent, a drinking no-hoper, a writer who has not a single worthwhile thought in his head and whose sole interest is his needy, middle-age fixation on Rain, a one-dimensional sexpot. Zero Progress
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