Definition of One-step
1. Noun. An early ballroom dance; precursor to the fox-trot.
2. Verb. Dance the one-step.
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Literary usage of One-step
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"Sketches showing the seven possible one-step shifts which were considered to explain the phase-one spectral changes. the S *-> V path averages A with В and, ..."
2. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"One step to the death-bed," &c. These lines are from a fragment of Shelley's, entitled The Dirge. ..."
3. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"We could not praise a teacher who is content not to see "the distant scene," and who finds "one step enough" for him to be in advance of his pupils. ..."
4. Publications by Oriental Translation Fund (1843)
"Vishnu, on this, included the whole earth in one step, the heavens in the second, and in the third, rising up to his navel, said to Bali, " Whither can I ..."
5. Rural Rides in the Counties of Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Hants, Berks, Oxford by William Cobbett (1908)
"... nay, even t\-ie. parsons not excepted; for, if they did not come to welcome me, they collected in a group to j« me, and that was one step towards doing ..."
6. The Teaching of Mathematics in the Elementary and the Secondary School by Jacob William Albert Young (1906)
"The simple steps of mathematics ; degree of thoroughness of work. The importance of cutting work up into simple steps One step at ant^ taking them one ai a ..."
7. The Russian Rockefellers: The Saga of the Nobel Family and the Russian Oil by Robert W. Tolf (1976)
"The title of Lenin's polemic—"One Step Foward, Two Steps Backward"—described perfectly the situation. Recovery from the slaughter and destruction of the ..."