for one

As the first of several possible examples; as one example. * /Manv people do not like certain foods. I for one do not like cabbage./ - Also used with similar words instead of "one". * /Several materials can be used to make the box: plywood, for one; masonite, for another; sheet metal, for a third./

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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