Some reflect your talent for the one-liner, like “The Human Comedy,” a six-word story you published in Narrative magazine.
Mary, Queen of Scots on Reign is more likely pop off a bustier than a one-liner.
Duchamp's work is never the one-liner it's made out to be, and Ganzglass adds new lines of his own.
The senior Senator was, as usual, highly disciplined, avoiding the substance of some questions with one-liner talking points.
People now realize that while diagnosis may still be a one-liner, “You have blah,” that there is a process that gets people there.
A quick joke or quip; a funny observation; wisecrack: a new neighbor who exchanges one-liners with Lianna in the laundry room (1964+)