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Voters easily chose Booker over his Republican opponent, recent Garden State transplant and one-time conservative hero Jeff Bell.

Susli, the one-time chemistry grad student, started helping Lloyd and Postol with research into hexamine.

The whole stack was re-evaluated—a “one-time decision,” said a memo from the advisory council, due to “extraneous circumstances.”

She's well spoken, educated, and sober—a far cry from the one-time face of the adult world, Jenna Jameson.

The one-time anti-bullying champion let his attorney seek to lump the victim together with the victimizer.

As Bill looked over his oft-appraised stock, it seemed to have lost much of its one-time charm.

The only sensible thing to do was just to stand there within the ruins of a one-time beautiful city and look about us.

This is the way the one-time cricketer and football champion viewed his first ball game.

That is, he would do it if the police or the allies of his one-time friends did not locate him before Maggie came.

A whole city of merchants and agents were cloistered here in the five stories of this one-time ducal abode.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to one-time, such as: former, past, prior, and quondam.

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