one-way

[ US /ˈwənˈweɪ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. moving or permitting movement in one direction only
    one-way streets
    a one-way ticket
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How To Use one-way In A Sentence

  • Prior to testing, stimulus males were kept for some days in aquaria with a one-way mirror on one side to acclimatize them with their reflected image.
  • I loved her so much but I always felt it was a one-way relationship so I proposed, she of course said yes.
  • There are hefty charges across the board for one-way rental.
  • This music is a one-way ticket to your own personal paradise.
  • For all you one-way ticket holders remaining on board, to quote Marlon Brando in "On The Waterfront," next stop: "Palookaville"! magic-city-news.com
  • Summarising, political correctness is a one-way street: they may use every form of rudeness but we must treat their concerns as sacred; this must be fought.
  • They had enough cash for a one-way ticket.
  • Hamsun's hero is set on a one-way road to suicide and although he does not kill himself he destroys himself.
  • One-way traffic, m'lud, summed up his driving infraction.
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