Idiom: one by one
— Everyone please line up at the entrance one by one and then I’ll give you the tickets.
— The models came out one by one wearing incredibly skimpy underwear.
— One by one the mourners passed by the casket and paid their respects to the deceased.
— Unfortunately, I ate the cookies one by one until the platter was empty.
— The athlete patiently signed autographs one by one for almost 30 minutes after the match.
— One by one the ducklings crossed the road behind their mother.
— Today, I carefully pulled weeds one by one all day long in my garden.
— We need to inspect each packet one by one to make sure each contains the necessary emergency supplies.
— One by one the children lined up to have their photo taken with Santa Claus.
— It took three years but I paid off my credit cards one by one and will never use them again.
— My hair started turning grey one by one and the next thing I knew I was balding too.
— Stay calm. Just answer each question one by one and don't worry if there's a few you don't understand—just move on to the next.
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