Having sides usually of a specified number or kind. Often used in combination: many-sided; marble-sided. (adjective)
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Use "sided" in a sentence
"The book, albeit one sided, is a sobering look at some of the possible worlds that people have had to live through while under the rule of Islam."
"Overall Bright-sided is much more theoretical than Nickled and Dimed, for which Ehrenreich took a series of low-wage jobs to show how corporations exploit blue-collar workers, or her more recent Bait and Switch."
"Bright-sided is weaker in supporting its proposition that positive thinking has undermined America."