- adj. Having only one arm.
- adj. having one arm
- one + -armed (Wiktionary)
“Most notably, there was an infamous 1967 case known as the one-armed bandit murder, in which a money-collector for a firm that supplied fruit machines to working men's clubs was killed, shining light on the trade's links with organised crime.”
“That’s why they’re called one-armed bandits, stupid.”
“The Center for Security Policy wants Americans to think that stoning and amputations are around the corner, but the report can't quite explain why stonings are so rare and the streets of Saudi Arabia and Iran are not filled with one-armed thieves.”
“We had a little apartment of strange angles in a house owned and run by a one-armed German ex-POW.”
“I reckon being Mitt Romney's Digital Director makes one busy as a one-armed lettuce picker.”
“NASA's six-wheeled, one-armed wonder, Curiosity, will reach Mars next summer and use its jackhammer drill, rock-zapping laser machine and other devices to search for evidence that Earth's next-door neighbor might once have been home to the teeniest forms of life.”
“Excuse me while I feed quarters into this one-armed bandit.”
“And pulling plastic corks could, at best, make you a one-armed Popeye.”
“The rider, injured in the Vuelta Castilla y Leon following a multiple pileup on the first day of the race, shrugged off the shoulder injury, saying, I'll ride one-armed if I have to.”
“We need to uptick our image with everyone, including one-armed midgets.”
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