[ US /ˈwənˈtaɪm/ ]
  1. belonging to some prior time
    the once capital of the state
    her quondam lover
    our former glory
    erstwhile friend
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How To Use one-time In A Sentence

  • Shortly after, my visitor, the one-time employee, left their employ.
  • I know that the idea of an apprenticeship is more important in the classical world, that you should build up a solid career bit by bit, rather than aim for sudden, one-time success. Archive 2006-10-01
  • UCLA's Vital Information and Tailored Assessment program offers patients a two-hour, one-time consultation with specialists in cancer survivorship, billed to insurance as a regular visit with a physician, to identify posttreatment physical and psychological problems and create a plan for future treatments including wellness-enhancing strategies. Cancer Survivors Find Support
  • A one-time fishing village, it has a beat-up, raffish looking downtown surrounded by new, big marinas.
  • Although it was initially expected to fetch €3m-plus at auction, the one-time choirgirl is believed to have paid closer to €2m for it.
  • This would provide delivery drivers with a one-time code letting them unlock your front door. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Hills heartthrob and one-time Orioles farmhand, meaning, possibly, a one-time former part-time Fort Lauderdale resident, sort of), spent $10,000 to buy South Florida - South Florida Recipes
  • It consists of the former Egyptian embassy and a one-time annexe to Russia's embassy knocked together.
  • The one-time Rangers youth player rose well to meet Sheridan's corner from the right, but his effort came back off the bar.
  • The charity is still feeling the effects of revelations about its one-time president.
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