lopsidedness lopsidedness


  • (n) an oblique or slanting asymmetry


  1. And, at this time of economic lopsidedness, often policies need a broader scope than limiting social programs to the least among us.
  2. In order to keep down the damned lopsidedness of your incoming mail I'm contributing my bit to the stack of isolationist and pacifist letters that you will surely receive.
  3. Massachusetts: The 1960 presidential hopes of rich, boyish John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 41, got a hefty boost from the 3-1 lopsidedness of his victory over Republican Vincent Celeste.


  • LSU vs. TCU: Why Tigers Won't Break a Sweat Against Horned Frogs

    One of the marquee matchups of Week 1 is when LSU and TCU clash at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Saturday. In what is supposed to be a measuring stick for both teams will be the usual SEC blowout against a non-SEC opponent that thinks it can hang with the big boys. Forget about it. Flip over to ABC and watch Georgia-Clemson if you prefer less lopsidedness. Hasn't anybody learned anything ...
    on August 28, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

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