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adjective as in prior

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The most infamous case was that of Kanae Kijima, a onetime housekeeper who became a highly paid mistress.

Crystal is a onetime member of the Avengers, and in various storylines is also married to Quicksilver.

But that quiet approach has served the onetime UCLA quarterback, now 63, well through his lengthy acting career.

The Former Governor of Illinois and onetime US Senator, Otto Kerner, died of cancer in 1976.

Now, the onetime Lloyd Kaufman/Troma apprentice is the toast of Tinseltown.

It means the proper extension of the influence of the most powerful factor for patriotism in our country—the onetime service man.

Julius Cæsar sold to the highest bidder at onetime fifty-three thousand prisoners of war all of whom were white.

And in addition he gathered up a few rings and onetime costly jewels which could be worn.

But neither had the onetime Squadron Commander Tate lost much of his talent along those lines.

The window under the tower is in memory of Robert Southey whose daughter married a onetime vicar of Tarring.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to onetime, such as: erstwhile, former, past, and previous.

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