Once [adverb]

Definition of Once:

in the past; occurred one time only

Opposite/Antonyms of Once:

Sentence/Example of Once:

The faithful attendants at once suspected treachery in Alcibiades.

Take it at once, and tell her I shall be up to see her presently.

Once it was that he had felt a sudden great longing for the life of a gay city.

For his sake, I am glad once more to be in my own happy home.

"Oh, I see," said the younger Milbrey—his face clearing all at once.

I have more than once tried to deceive you, but you will feel that I am not now speaking falsely.

When I hear a note of music, can I not at once strike its chord?

"I'll put on the teakettle at once, Robert," said his mother, rising.

Well, if you have any business, you may state it at once, as I am quite busy.

I have met a Mlle. Bines to whom I shall at once pay my addresses.