Origin of two-sided
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Related Wordscollective, bilateral, reciprocal, mutual, communal, connected, convertible, dependent, give-and-take, interchangeable, joint, public, related, respective, returned, united, conjoint, correlative, associated, conjunct
Examples from the Web for two-sided
Yet the veteran is only one side of a two-sided equation; the employer has to buy into the rebranding as well.After Soldiering, a Challenging Transition Into Civilian Work
April 8, 2013
But such a profound policy shift deserves a two-sided debate.Why Legalizing Marijuana on Election Day Might Not Be a Good Idea
October 29, 2012
“They were two-sided objects and I recognized them as being the kind of things I made,” she said.Freud's Artistic Legacy
January 25, 2011
Wai-taha-rua: This means, two-sided water, or, the double waterside.The Treaty of Waitangi
T. Lindsay Buick
In Fissidens and a few other mosses the apical cell is two-sided.
If corporations would adopt this democratic organization, he said, two-sided discussions would take place at their meetings.The Crow's Nest
Clarence Day, Jr.
The two smal sides of the oblong chest cut in the upper part in pointed shape, have two glassed frames, and form a two-sided roof.
Its two-sided character comes out clearly when it is used as the subject of a sentence.An Advanced English Grammar with Exercises
George Lyman Kittredge
- having two sides or aspects
- controversial; debatablea two-sided argument
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