once-over

NOUN
  1. a swift cursory examination or inspection
    I gave him the once-over
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How To Use once-over In A Sentence

  • “Which had no upper body strength,” I said, giving him a quick once-over. Odd Girl In
  • The security guards gave me the once-over, but they didn't ask me for any identification.
  • I give myself the once-over in my full-length mirror, admiring myself. Deep Throat Diva
  • Instead of just letting the equinox pass by, how about using it to conduct an internal once-over? Kari Henley: What Seeds Of Change Are You Planting This Spring?
  • After 1,000 rounds I'll take the piece to a gunsmith for a trigger job, and have him give the cylinder a once-over.
  • After all, in opening the gallery in 1962, she had been the first British monarch to let her subjects give the family silverware to the Antiques Roadshow once-over.
  • Sophia had already moved onto the next Guard, observing her carefully and giving her the once-over.
  • The security guards gave me the once-over, but they didn't ask me for any identification.
  • Having treated every notion of good taste to a once-over with a rusty steel brush during act one, it seems the only trick left in Manson's hat would be Alice Cooper's cue to get elected.
  • Now executives treat the plan as a work in progress, giving it a thorough once-over every quarter and reviewing some parts weekly.
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