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View definitions for one-way

one-way

adjective as in through

noun as in tip

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Lawmaking by legislatures is also a one-way ratchet—Legislators get credit for passing laws, not pruning them.

So I went straight to the airport, bought a one-way ticket, and flew out.

That may not sound like much, but this was on a single day, driving 55 miles one-way.

The victim positively identified her two attackers through one-way glass and they were arrested.

And yet he is too smart to despair that this is a one-way street.

The alien suddenly turned, though Duke could now see that they were in a section behind one-way glass.

Most of us are sure of a free one-way pass to that port some time or other, 'cording to the parson's tell.

In the eye-level center of each door was a bull's eye that looked like one-way glass and undoubtedly was.

It would be obviously unjust to compare a one-way fare with either excursion or commutation rates.

This concept produces a one-way verbal flow for which the term “monologue” is descriptive.

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On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to one-way, such as: straight, constant, free, nonstop, opened, and rapid.

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

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