from The Century Dictionary.
- Provided with or possessed of an idea or ideas: used chiefly in compounds: as, a one-ideaed man.
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- adjective Having a specified style or number of
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Tariff Reform is not one-ideaed, rigid, inelastic, as our existing system is.
Constructive Imperialism Viscount Milner
He revered the memory of Durham, that large-ideaed, generous-hearted, spectacular nobleman whose crime had been to hold by the spirit rather than by the letter, and whom Dan declared to be the father not only of Canada, but of the modern Colonial system.
Secret Bread F. Tennyson Jesse
And that perfect whole was _ideaed_ first in the brain of man, and a sketch of it transferred by the sun itself to the blue paper which lay on the table!
Flamsted quarries Mary E. Waller
The idea of a dominant, large-ideaed, hardworking John Hewitt hungering for "his chance" in an amateur comic opera struck Joy as so funny that she couldn't repress a small giggle and a glance across at him.
The Wishing-Ring Man Margaret Widdemer 1931
He was like a one-ideaed child, his whole being comprised in his ability, and ambition to play his
Average Jones Samuel Hopkins Adams 1914
"It matters more that my son should not be damned," she answered him, and with that answer left him weapon-less, for against the armour of a crassness so dense and one-ideaed there are no weapons that can prevail.
The Strolling Saint; being the confessions of the high and mighty Agostino D'Anguissola, tyrant of Mondolfo and Lord of Carmina in the state of Piacenza Rafael Sabatini 1912
Constable Nute was a rather direct and one-ideaed person.
The Skipper and the Skipped Being the Shore Log of Cap'n Aaron Sproul Holman Day 1900
I was a one-ideaed man, and a one-ideaed man is only one remove from a dead man.
A Desert Drama Being The Tragedy Of The "Korosko" Arthur Conan Doyle 1894
She had expressed the only conviction that was possible to her one-ideaed soul.
Kirsteen: The Story of a Scotch Family Seventy Years Ago Margaret 1891
"You kin drive de coach," blurted the one-ideaed Robelia.
The Flower of the Chapdelaines George Washington Cable 1884
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