A short joke or witticism, usually expressed in a single sentence.(noun)
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Use "one-liner" in a sentence
"Today, a virtual breakdown board is used and is known as a one-liner."
"But he disarmed those doubts with a crisp one-liner in the second debate."
"She could think of only one conventional one-liner ever made by Lee – and he'd bought it from another comedian for a quid."