one or two


: a few
I have a problem with one or two provisions in the contract.

Examples of one or two in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The Gale has 160 hotel rooms: studios and one or two bedrooms. Vinod Sreeharsha, Miami Herald, 22 May 2024 The authors also found: Fatalities often occur one or two at a time from distant storms hundreds of miles offshore. Doyle Rice, USA TODAY, 20 May 2024 On average, these medications will cause people who drink heavily – meaning four or more drinks in a day for women, five or more for men – most days of the week to do so one or two days less per week. Joseph P. Schacht, The Conversation, 20 May 2024 The dish was so specific to the capital of Puglia that only one or two restaurants served it. Laura May Todd Enea Arienti, New York Times, 17 May 2024 The masking bill will likely move through a few committees before hitting the House floor, which could take one or two weeks, Hall said. CBS News, 17 May 2024 The only explanation is that there had to be one or two or three people who had the courage to speak out. Elsa Keslassy, Variety, 15 May 2024 On some floors there are only one or two tenants left. Paloma Esquivel, Los Angeles Times, 15 May 2024 The restriction is supposed to cover things like fees for checking one or two bags, bringing a carry-on bag onto the plane, and changing or cancelling a reservation. Melvin Backman, Quartz, 13 May 2024

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“One or two.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 27 May. 2024.

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