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One-shot holiday needs can also lead to yearlong sustainable relationships.

Each one speaks alone and directly to the camera, shown exclusively in a one-shot.

I am going to sit down with a lawyer to go over my case and the application, since this is only a one-shot deal.

Sanctions and saber-rattling alone were never going to do the trick, nor would periodic efforts at one-shot diplomacy.

Even worse, the stimulus legislation, predictably, proved to be a one-shot wonder.

The seventh is good, calling for a most accurate second, and the eleventh is the finest one-shot hole to be found anywhere.

There was still one chance, worse than the thousand-to-one shot; but it was the only one.

Then comes the third before mentioned, which is a one-shot hole.

It's a million-to-one shot, but you've got to bear it in mind.

You can't stop a man with this here little twenty-two, an' it's only a one-shot at that.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to one-shot, such as: alone, apart, by oneself, exclusive, individual, and isolated.

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

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