singly

  • 1Singly — Sin gly, adv. 1. Individually; particularly; severally; as, to make men singly and personally good. [1913 Webster] 2. Only; by one s self; alone. [1913 Webster] Look thee, t is so! Thou singly honest man. Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. Without partners …

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  • 2Singly — Escudo …

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  • 3singly — index only, respectively, retail Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4singly — c.1300, from SINGLE (Cf. single) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …

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  • 5singly — [adv] individually apart, independently, one at a time, one by one, particularly, respectively, separately, severally; concept 577 Ant. together …

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  • 6singly — [siŋ′glē] adv. 1. as a single, separate person or thing; alone 2. individually and in sequence; one by one 3. single handed; unaided …

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  • 7Singly — 49° 38′ 34″ N 4° 42′ 05″ E / 49.6428, 4.7014 …

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  • 8singly — [[t]sɪ̱ŋgli[/t]] ADV: ADV with v If people do something singly, they each do it on their own, or do it one by one. They marched out singly or in pairs... Patients went singly into the consulting room. Syn: one by one …

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  • 9Singly — Infobox Commune de France nomcommune=Singly région=Champagne Ardenne département=Ardennes arrondissement=Charleville Mézières canton=Omont insee=08422 cp=08430 maire=Jean Luc Pêtre mandat=2001 2008 intercomm=Crêtes Préardennaises… …

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  • 10singly — adverb a) In a single or unaccompanied manner; without a companion. to make men singly and personally good b) Individually; particularly; severally to attack another singly …

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  • 11singly — adverb 1. one by one; one at a time (Freq. 1) they were arranged singly • Ant: ↑multiply • Derived from adjective: ↑single 2. apart from others taken individually, the rooms were, in fact, square …

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  • 12singly — sin|gly [ˈsıŋgli] adv alone, or one at a time ▪ Plant the trees singly or in small groups …

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  • 13singly — sin|gly [ sıŋgli ] adverb separately: People were wandering about singly and in pairs …

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  • 14singly — adverb one at a time; separately: The children walked along the beach singly or in groups of two or three …

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  • 15singly — adverb people, please enter singly into the hallway Syn: one by one, one at a time, one after the other, individually, separately, by oneself, on one s own Ant: together …

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  • 16singly — UK [ˈsɪŋɡlɪ] / US adverb separately People were wandering about singly and in pairs …

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  • 17singly — [ˈsɪŋgli] adv separately You can buy stamps singly or in packs of ten.[/ex] …

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  • 18singly — see misfortunes never come singly …

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  • 19singly — single ► ADJECTIVE 1) only one; not one of several. 2) designed or suitable for one person. 3) consisting of one part. 4) regarded as distinct from others in a group. 5) even one: not a single mention. 6) not involved in an established romantic… …

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  • 20singly — adverb Date: 14th century 1. without the company of others ; individually 2. single handed …

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