lacking in variety; monotonous.
- One oar
Related Terms row with one oar
adjective unique; pertaining to a singular example Examples They broke the mold when they made her; she is one of a kind. Word Origin 1954 Usage Note also used as a noun adjectival phrase attested from 1961.
adjective 1. done, occurring, or made only once; one-shot. noun 2. something occurring, done, or made only once. noun 1. (Brit) Also one-shot n. “single example of a manufactured product,” 1934, from one + off. Later given figurative extension. noun Something unique; something not repeated:encouraged band member Jim Warchol to think of 5th and National […]
- One of the boys
noun phrase An ordinary, amiable man; a man without side or lofty dignity; ordinary Joe: His Eminence was trying hard to be one of the boys (1893+)