one-dimensional one-dimensional


  1. (adj) relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope
  2. (adj) of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension



  1. Thankfully, Greer spares us a one-dimensional portrait of a strong, self-sufficient woman: she exposes Anne's vulnerabilities, too.
  2. What they get is slick, one-dimensional music, a bogus hybrid that has all the kick of a wine spritzer.
  3. It's not nearly as much fun or as easy to score points and hurl invective back and forth without a compelling one-dimensional character at the center of it all.


  • Shoultz powers Muskies past Lancers

    ELDRIDGE - Katie Shoultz virtually was a one-dimensional hitter last season - slap it and run.
    on June 5, 2013     Source: Quad-City Times


  1. "I felt like I hit some really good shots, shots that I had been lacking," Woods said. "And I was able to shape the ball. I was still a little one-dimensional. I need to be able to shape the ball both ways comfortably. I was able to do that...
    on Jun 13, 2010 By: Tiger Wood Source: FanHouse

  2. "For most Americans, August 28, 1963, was the dream speech day, and for them it's like a happy day," Jackson said. "That is a one-dimensional view of the risk and terror of that day."
    on Aug 29, 2008 By: Jesse Jackson Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "Whenever you become one-dimensional, it is hard to win and it is harder to get the offense going," Jackson said. "But teams have been doing a pretty good job of stopping our line. We used to rush for 200 yards a game, but we have just got to...
    on Dec 24, 2007 By: Tarvaris Jackson Source: USA Today

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