Definition of double-sidedness in US English:

double-sidedness

noun

  • See double-sided

    • ‘Thus the double-sidedness of compassion: As an emotion, it is something we feel, something elicited from us at the sight of another's distress.’
    • ‘She continues: ‘But the students, too, had displayed this double-sidedness in their struggles between 1930 and 1933.’’
    • ‘Viewed close up, each coin from the random sampling becomes individual with alignment and double-sidedness.’
    • ‘A similar double-sidedness pervades Duchamp's writings, in which notes of an abstractly conceptual or drily technical sort coexist with others of vividly emotional character.’
    • ‘It is this double-sidedness that informs and energises Hodgins’ work.’