Had it been a one-two result, could you imagine the sibling rivalry?
You can hear it all over Lazaretto, but especially in the one-two punch of "Temporary Ground" and "Would You Fight for My Love?"
Visa, MasterCard, and the banks evolved into an irresistible one-two punch.
And there was a time, prior to the one-two punch of Catwoman and Elektra, when superhero films were championed minority heroes.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie entered the literary world in her 20s with a precocious one-two punch.
He ducked a lumbering right swing, and sent a one-two to the body.
I'll give 'im one-two between the eyes if 'e touches me again.
Again and again he crushed the life out of a Rogan with his one-two swing of the deadly bar.
He swung hard, Terran style, in what had come to be known as the ole one-two.
You might have counted one-two before he betrayed the least sign of having heard her.
: good potent one-two punches
(also the old one-two or one-two punch or one-two blow) A combination of two blows with the fists, a short left jab plus a hard right cross, usually to the chin: zipping ''one-twos'' to the jaw (1811+)