one one

[ wuhn-wuhn; usually read as wuhn-tuh-wuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF one one

Antonyms for one one

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


One—one has to be careful in going about a thing as important as this is.

But you would not choose for your friend one—one who could do such a deed as that?

If I were pretty I should only want one—one to love me for myself.

He had a reason—a good one—one that would fit in with Alexander's plans and his own.

Because—because,” she stammered, “you know you were once one—one of us, but you are so no longer.

Truly her story was a strange one—one of the strangest of any girl in the world.

Be it as it may she had one—one as real as anything could be in that town of sparkling froth.

You know, I never had one—one that I remember; mine died so long ago.

How sad to hear one—one like you, only sneering and speaking evil!'

If there were only some one—one only creature, to put water to her dying lips!