Thesaurus / singleness
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He applied himself with singleness of purpose to the study of the Word of God.

In 1849 he resigned his pastorate, and henceforth, with singleness of purpose, devoted himself to his one calling.

Deaconesses in EuropeJane M. Bancroft

His integrity and singleness of mind, to which Clarendon gives high testimony, had made him bitter enemies.

Sir Christopher WrenLucy Phillimore

The unity of the social organism is best effected by the singleness of its head.

Both aim at a singleness of impression and dramatic effect; both aim to be a high order of art.

Contemporary One-Act PlaysSir James M. Barrie

Yet had he not on the whole tried to find out what the ways of God were, and to follow them in singleness of heart?

Their singleness and sincerity in their fight for their faith were beyond question.

It was immovably set and hungry, dominated like the whole man by the singleness of one instinct.

FalkJoseph Conrad

And that singleness of purpose, so discernible in her outward demeanour, possessed Katherine's being throughout.

And he picked up his hat and fled with the celerity and singleness of purpose of a tin-canned dog.

Cappy RicksPeter B. Kyne

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