go-it-alone

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From the verb go it alone.

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go-it-alone

  1. (colloquial) Done alone or independently, especially of something that is normally or better done in groups.
    • 2017 January 27, Jeremi Suri, “How Trump’s Executive Orders Could Set America Back 70 Years”, in The Atlantic[1], archived from the original on 29 January 2017:
      The president is taking the United States back to the nightmares of the world before the Second World War: closed borders, limited trade, and a go-it-alone national race to the bottom.

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