Related formslop·sid·ed·ly, adverblop·sid·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for lopsided
But opponents take little comfort from these lopsided numbers.
Despite such a lopsided vote in the House, the measure will die in the Senate.
The weapons rarely hit their targets, and the death toll has been lopsided against them.
In case you need reminding, the final Electoral College score was a lopsided 332–206.Can a Republican Win 270 Electoral Votes in 2016...or Ever?|Myra Adams|August 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Back in Far Rockaway, some locals are frustrated with what they say is a lopsided set of rebuilding priorities.Superstorm Who? Sandy’s Hard-Hit Beach Towns Reopen for Business|Eliza Shapiro, Josh Dzieza|May 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If they left their pests behind, the total system of checks and balances which make life practical would get lopsided.Planet of Dread|Murray Leinster
The whole cathedral's lopsided from eating butter, so to speak.Seeing France with Uncle John|Anne Warner
Backing down, I saw that this fork was the support of the bulge that had given the nest its lopsided appearance.The Fall of the Year|Dallas Lore Sharp
Gilt names slant downward, porcelain names curve like lopsided grins.Gargoyles|Ben Hecht
Suffice it to say that Mt. Millard out-rushed, out-punted and out-generaled Alton and won a lopsided contest by a score of 190.Left Half Harmon|Ralph Henry Barbour