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1. Heavier, larger, or higher on one side than on the other.
2. Sagging or leaning to one side.
3. Characterized by the domination of one competitor over another: a lopsided victory.

lop′sid′ed·ly adv.
lop′sid′ed·ness n.
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Noun1.lopsidedness - an oblique or slanting asymmetry
asymmetry, dissymmetry, imbalance - (mathematics) a lack of symmetry
References in classic literature ?
It had to be uttered once in a life, to adjust the lopsidedness of the world.
History and the Holocaust have created a lopsidedness to Jewish--Christian relationships in the Western world.
The lack of terminological precision unveils the lopsidedness of Palmer's concept of fictional minds.
So to the Gulf, whose example clearly is distinguishable from most of the rest of the globe, in the scale but also lopsidedness of its resource base, besides having its own geography, history, authorities and people.
Thus the Government contemplated to introduce licensing and a host of other industrial controls in order to stamp out market imperfections and developmental lopsidedness.
Yet the lopsidedness of the available commentary probably indicates that the converse is true: perhaps the right to record police flows from all of these sources independently, and therefore is paramount enough to warrant redundant protection.
Yagnik also points to the lopsidedness of these books.
She therefore sets out to correct perceived lopsidedness in the presentation of her heroines.
Despite the lopsidedness in the ledger during the regular season -- the B's won a league-leading 54 games while the Wings ranked last among the 16-postseason qualifiers with 39 -- the two Eastern Conference foes and Original Six skate-mates were evenly matched for 60 well-played and entertaining minutes Friday night at TD Garden.
The composite poem aims to capture the irregular character of experience, its lopsidedness and illogic.
This lopsidedness would be a shame in any academic department.
211) This lopsidedness is enhanced in the context of the dual-character or quid pro quo donation generally, and even more so in the case of the live-burn donation as the skewed benefit toward the wealthy is even more acute.