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Definition of "onetime" []

  • At some time in the past; former (adjective)
  • At once (adverb)
  • Former. (adjective)

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  • For a single instance. (adjective)

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Use "onetime" in a sentence
  • "Girardi has lost confidence in onetime eighth-inning reliever Phil Hughes, bringing in closer Mariano Rivera for two innings in the ALCS clincher."
  • "Last year, Panasonic acquired a majority stake in onetime rival and rechargeable-battery leader Sanyo Electric Co."
  • "He got Giles from Cleveland two seasons ago and is close to plugging in onetime"