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singly

adverb as in individually

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There are six kinds of jumps in the skating arsenal, which means that at most, a skater who can can perform eight triples — six singly and two in combination — in a long program.

Marrying yourself merely underscores selfishness and self-interest, rather than enabling you to live singly in the best way.

Bree cautions us against thinking about any of the characters singly.

They traveled in pairs or singly, and headed off to separate destinations in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

They lie either singly or superimposed to form more or less irregular clusters (Fig. 36).

The crystals are dark-brown rhombic plates lying singly or in crosses, and are easily recognized (Fig. 83).

These villages are widely distributed—isolated for the most part singly among the surrounding Kurds and Christians.

They came singly and in groups, in carriages, farm wagons, automobiles and afoot.

To vow unto him singly, or unitedly, was a duty of his covenant.

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to singly, such as: separately, severally, apart, independently, one at a time, and one by one.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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