Consisting of, featuring, or controlled by one woman: a one-woman dramatic performance. (adjective)
Emotionally attached to or romantically involved with one woman only.(adjective)
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Use "one-woman" in a sentence
"Still, he persevered, locking horns with Tom Wolfe, Truman Capote and critic Michiko Katutani, who he described as a "one-woman kamikaze", during his career."
"I mostly work with only one senior researcher at a time and I find that the 'group' feeling is very much dependent on whether I'm in an one-woman office or if I share with others."
"I would also like to state that I am not an exhibitionist, and did not exactly plan to stage a mobile one-woman wet t-shirt competition."