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The synonyms of “Unilateral” are: one-sided
Unilateral as an Adjective
Definitions of "Unilateral" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “unilateral” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Tracing descent from either the paternal or the maternal line only.
- Relating to or affecting only one side of an organ, the body, or another structure.
- Involving only one part or side.
- (of an action or decision) performed by or affecting only one person, group, or country involved in a situation, without the agreement of another or the others.
Synonyms of "Unilateral" as an adjective (1 Word)
|one-sided||Involving only one part or side.|
Usage Examples of "Unilateral" as an adjective
- Unilateral nuclear disarmament.
- Unilateral cerebral lesions.
- Unilateral paralysis.
- A unilateral decision.
Associations of "Unilateral" (30 Words)
|adjudicate||Make a formal judgement on a disputed matter.|
We asked him to adjudicate at the local flower show.
|arbiter||A person whose views or actions have influence in a particular sphere.|
The critic was considered to be an arbiter of modern literature.
|choose||Pick out select or choose from a number of alternatives.|
I always choose the fish over the meat courses in this restaurant.
|conclude||Come to a close.|
They concluded an economic agreement.
|conclusion||The formal and final arrangement of an agreement.|
His conclusion took the evidence into account.
|decide||Cause to decide.|
I ve decided to stay on a bit.
|decision||The ability or tendency to make decisions quickly decisiveness.|
Had little trouble in taking a unanimous decision over his opponent.
|decisive||Settling an issue; producing a definite result.|
Two factors had a decisive influence.
|definitive||A definitive postage stamp.|
The definitive work on Greece.
|determination||The act of making up your mind about something.|
His determination showed in his every movement.
|determine||Find out learn or determine with certainty usually by making an inquiry or other effort.|
She determined to tackle Stephen the next day.
|deterministic||Relating to the philosophical doctrine that all events, including human action, are ultimately determined by causes regarded as external to the will.|
A deterministic theory.
|direct||Direct the course determine the direction of travelling.|
A direct route.
|exclusive||Catering for or available to only a few, select customers; high class and expensive.|
One of Britain s most exclusive clubs.
|firmness||Resolute determination and strength of character.|
I felt the firmness of his upper arm.
|individually||In a distinctive manner.|
Taken individually the rooms were in fact square.
|irrevocable||Incapable of being retracted or revoked- Shakespeare.|
Firm and irrevocable is my doom.
|lineal||In a straight unbroken line of descent from parent to child.|
|one||Being a single entity made by combining separate components.|
One place or another.
|only||Being the only one single and isolated from others.|
A final report reached him only on January 15.
|optional||Possible but not necessary; left to personal choice.|
A wide range of optional excursions is offered.
Closed questions almost predetermine the response given.
|resolve||(of something seen at a distance) turn into a different form when seen more clearly.|
He resolved never to drink again.
|resolved||Firmly determined to do something.|
Mysteries solved and unsolved problems resolved and unresolved.
|select||Pick out select or choose from a number of alternatives.|
He has been selected to take part.
|selected||Chosen in preference to another.|
|selection||A plot of land acquired by selection.|
I make Dayflower the selection for the Irish 1000 Guineas.
|selective||Tending to select; characterized by careful choice- John Mason Brown.|
A new marine VHF radio with digital selective calling.
|selectively||By selection; in a selective manner.|
He accused state officials of selectively enforcing the law.
|side||Spin given to the cue ball in snooker and billiards by hitting it on one side.|
A side entrance.