Definition of lopsidedness in English:

lopsidedness

noun

See lopsided

  • ‘We have a lopsidedness in that the Scottish Executive is responsible for spending, but not for tax-raising.’
  • ‘Depriving the farmers from agriculture has created an avalanche of problems like unemployment, scarcity of food, starvation death, diseases and a total lopsidedness in the growth of the economy.’
  • ‘There is indeed a lopsidedness to much refereeing these days whereby players can receive red cards for relatively innocuous incidents yet those that cause injury often don't receive the punishment they deserve.’
  • ‘As today's older professors retire, political lopsidedness will grow even more extreme.’
  • ‘It could then be argued that the asymmetrical lopsidedness suggests movement and directionality.’