one-way street

NOUN
  1. a street on which vehicular traffic is allowed to move in only one direction
  2. unilateral interaction
    cooperation cannot be a one-way street
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How To Use one-way street In A Sentence

  • He zoomed through junctions without stopping and sped the wrong way down a one-way street.
  • Who said a football fan's loyalty was a one-way street? The Sun
  • He zoomed through junctions without stopping and sped the wrong way down a one-way street.
  • He zoomed through junctions without stopping and sped the wrong way down a one-way street.
  • Each of these are milestones on a road that's inexorably leading us into a one-way street from which there is no return.
  • There are narrow alleys, sharp corners, open courtyards, one-way streets, even dead ends.
  • For years, it was a one-way street for those who injected or ingested their drugs, the promise of victory far more tempting than the fear of exposure.
  • And so, with a sigh, he pulled out of the driveway, then stared down the narrow one-way street.
  • Recently, a cart laden with gas cylinders, pushed by two panting men, entered a one-way street near Metro Cinema in south Mumbai.
  • It should not be a one-way street. Times, Sunday Times
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