Definition of one-liner in English:

one-liner

Syllabification: one-lin·er

noun

informal
A short joke or witty remark.
More example sentences
  • Some people start with a one-liner or a joke, I personally like short stories that in a simple way say something about the speaker, or the topic, or sometimes both at the same time.
  • Not just bytes, she is besotted by witty one-liners and mushy expressions, phrases.
  • There is a smooth flow of jokes, some nice one-liners, the sort to send the masses giggling away.

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