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synonyms for onetime

  • erstwhile
  • former
  • past
  • previous
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How to use onetime in a sentence

It means the proper extension of the influence of the most powerful factor for patriotism in our country—the onetime service man.
THE STORY OF THE AMERICAN LEGIONGEORGE SEAY WHEAT
Julius Cæsar sold to the highest bidder at onetime fifty-three thousand prisoners of war all of whom were white.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL, VOL. 4 (OF 12)ROBERT G. INGERSOLL
And in addition he gathered up a few rings and onetime costly jewels which could be worn.
DARKNESS AND DAWNGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
But neither had the onetime Squadron Commander Tate lost much of his talent along those lines.
LEGACYJAMES H SCHMITZ
The window under the tower is in memory of Robert Southey whose daughter married a onetime vicar of Tarring.
SEAWARD SUSSEXEDRIC HOLMES
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