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.
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  • 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.
  • I gave him a once-over as he looked at me oddly because of my strange comment.
  • Kroft gave the projector a once-over the way he might check under the hood of a ranch truck. Kings of Colorado
  • Michael gave me the once-over and looked rather shocked with his mouth hanging slightly open and all.
  • Before you leave the office, do a final once-over in the full-length ladies-room mirror. Ask Teri
  • And once you've done that, can you clean the bathroom mirror and give the living room a once-over with a duster?
  • ‘Hello, stranger’, she mumbled, giving the four girls a once-over, before clambering back to Noor, who was looking at them in disgust.
  • She watched as he gave her a once-over, causing her blood pressure to rise.
  • I can't give a beautiful woman the once-over any more, because she usually turns around and looks at me because I'm me and being such a guy.
  • Kyle walked over to Stephen, still unconscious, and gave him a once-over.
  • But Gilbert has given the antiquated institution a thorough once-over, and the clear-eyed primer is a must-read for any modern woman contemplating a trip down the aisle. Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert: Book summary
  • It all sounds very practical: a brisk once-over, a brief chat, a spoonful of pavlova and a decision about whether you could have children together.
  • I gave the cramped club a brief once-over, looking for any telltale signs for any of my friends.
  • A party of 20 went to Abbeyfields sheltered housing in Bath Road, Old Town, to decorate a bedroom, a bathroom, and give the garden the once-over.
  • She pulled off the headset and gave us all a quick once-over. Odd Girl In
  • The looks you receive from those already seated, the up-and-down once-over, leave you to decide whether to get comfortable right then or split.
  • She said women were going into a small foyer next to the fitting rooms to give their men's clothes the once-over, but that some strayed into the actual changing room area.
  • The lawmen also give the once-over to red and gold bamboo plants and Davis' melon crop.
  • Rachel Lieberman leaned back in her chair and gave me the once-over again. KICK BACK
  • Turning and quickly giving him the once-over, the girls gave him a silent stamp of approval before facing the bar again to summon the bartender. Who Said It Would Be Easy
  • I'm doing more than a once-over with eye shadow and mascara.
  • She gave him a once-over and nodded in approval.
  • The security guards gave me the once-over, but they didn't ask me for any identification.
  • I gave him the once-over
  • Sparhawk took the plans and gave them a once-over.
  • But after the Rubinstein cosmetic line caught on, she would no longer tolerate his once-overlooked infidelities.
  • Get yourself an electric shaver and do a once-over on your stubbly parts.
  • I gave her a once-over, taking in my childhood best friend.
  • As a bonus video, here's inmate Sam Johnson giving us a quick once-over on how those work, too.
  • The security guard standing outside the door gave him an once-over, then took a good look in his eyes and reconsidered.
  • Would it cost so much to employ a groundsman to keep the grass down and a few cleaners to give the place the once-over with a duster every now and then?
  • Any CORGI-registered gas installer should be able to give your boiler a quick once-over to make sure it is working smoothly.
  • Why do people do a once-over cleaning on their house right before a housecleaner comes to do that very thing?
  • If yours has been cold since late September or October, give it a good once-over before that first meal of 2002.
  • I raised my eyebrow in response and gave him a once-over.
  • The old battleax gave him the once-over and said, “May I help you?” Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2
  • He forced himself to open his eyes and work the rest of the paint from his face and hair, giving himself a quick once-over with the soap.
  • He gave Melanie a once-over, and shot Eon a confused look.
  • She gave the apartment a once-over.
  • But what if your home needs more than a cosmetic once-over?
  • The doctor will give you a once-over, checking for obesity and high-blood pressure.
  • Would you mind giving the carpet a once-over with the vacuum cleaner?
  • A trailer often involves a fast once-over of the whole film," says veteran film critic Roger Ebert. Look away now: Do movie spoilers really matter?
  • The security guards gave me the once-over, but they didn't ask me for any identification.
  • He gave me an once-over, slowly letting his gaze survey me up and down, and I felt my cheeks heat up, regretting my stupid retort.
  • At this time of year there are plenty to be seen, sitting upright in the begging position and giving passers-by a curious once-over before lolloping off to a safer distance.
  • Well, maybe not, but the garden definitely needs a once-over from a crawling POV for, e.g., pots full of broken shards of other pots (to use at the bottom of pots to aid drainage).
  • Meanwhile, once-overweight and mousy Rose has trouble believing that any man would find her attractive when a potential suitor enters her life.
  • Beth gave his bare skin a once-over with a washcloth, but scrubbed more vigorously at his face.
  • As a bonus video, here's inmate Sam Johnson giving us a quick once-over on how those work, too.
  • I can only just about type - if having hooves wasn't bad enough - and I hope the grand lads in the office at Walmgate give this a once-over with a spell-checker.
  • Tamara gave it a quick once-over as she walked by, but Michael stopped and stared. The Omega Theory
  • He gave himself a split-second once-over, then said: `You're quite right. BABYCAKES
  • I had my windows wide open to allow myself a decent angle with the camera, which has just been given the once-over with a towel.
  • She leaned back on Mephisto, and gave him a once-over.
  • Now I wished I had walked on the carpet as all too soon she stood and gave the floor the once-over. THE MANANA MAN
  • ‘Yuk’, Eddie commented as he gave her a once-over, rubbing the end of his nose.
  • Then she gives my clothes a once-over, suddenly scrutinizing the outfit Sini picked out for me as if it is the most important thing in the whole world.
  • This Saturday there was still about an hour to go, so all he was doing was giving the place a routine once-over. PROSPECT HILL
  • But a quick once-over with an old toothbrush quickly put things right.
  • Give your body a once-over with a loofah sponge, then finish with a final warm water rinse.
  • How often you have to give your peas a once-over depends on the weather, with warmer weather hastening ripening and thus calling for more frequent picking.

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