one-dimensional : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope
a novel with one-dimensional characters
- a of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension
- In an era when much of the romance genre has been given over to soft porn, and dark fantasy is peopled with one-dimensional characters bent on grim violence, many readers have .
- Thankfully, Greer spares us a one-dimensional portrait of a strong, self-sufficient woman: she exposes Anne's vulnerabilities, too.
- But "if you simply write him off as an evil, one-dimensional cartoon character," Sung says, "you are missing half the picture.
News & Articles
- A break for Greek food and a language lesson
Time for a break from this whole NSA thing...it can consume me against my own advice from last week about knowing when to let it go. I won't let it go entirely, but it's just time for a break, lest I become one-dimensional.
June 12, 2013 - The Steubenville Herald-Star
- Shoultz powers Muskies past Lancers
ELDRIDGE - Katie Shoultz virtually was a one-dimensional hitter last season - slap it and run.
June 5, 2013 - Quad-City Times
- Tiger Wood in FanHouse
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...
- Jesse Jackson in International Herald Tribune
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."
- Tarvaris Jackson in USA Today
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...