Heavier, larger, or higher on one side than on the other.(adjective)
Sagging or leaning to one side.(adjective)
Characterized by the domination of one competitor over another: a lopsided victory. (adjective)
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Use "lopsided" in a sentence
"Also, many filibusters are solely used for delay, including for nominations that are never really debated on and result in lopsided votes."
"When he played poorly, which happened too often, the Bears lost, often in lopsided fashion."
"The stories are compiled from various sources however a delicious and unsettling theme that runs through a lot of the work is the exploration of young women compromising themselves in lopsided relationships with uncaring powerful men."