from The Century Dictionary.
- Only; merely; singly.
- Exclusive; sole; only.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb obsolete Only; merely; singly.
- adjective obsolete Exclusive.
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Exclusive; sole; only.
Only; merely; singly.
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But it is only through dialogue, through genuine human engagement, that one can really understand what alonely person's condition really is.
Iz beree skeeree, mah hubbie, he sai we should stop lukin an git a new kitteh, aw fink he worry dat ai so obsessd, but ai cannut stob finking him ow der aw ascered and alonely.
Club, a lovelooking leapgirl, all all alonely, Gentia Gemma of the
This was all the answere the king of Armenia could get there, and so he dined with the king of England, and had as great honour as could bee deuised, and the king offered him many great gifts of golde and siluer, but he would take none though he had neede thereof, but alonely a ring to the value of a hundreth Frankes.
"Ay, but such things as that be alonely for folk as can pay for 'em, I reckon," said Kate, looking wistfully, first at the blue ear-rings, and then at the blessed relic.
I ne'er tarried to think if it were a great thing or a small: I thought neither of me nor of my doing, but alonely of our Hal, and how to set him in safety.
And if holy Church hath the words of God, and is alonely guided of His Spirit, then must it be an awful and deadly sin to gainsay her bidding.
Ye must come at God neither by mass, nor by penance, nor by confessing, nor by alms-giving, but alonely by Christ.
Upon this agreement the Frenchmen do invade the said town of Calais, alonely by the negligence of this captain.
This is a great and shameful manner of killing christian men, that the fathers, the mothers, the masters, and the dames shall not alonely kill themselves, but all theirs, and all that belongeth unto them: and so this way is a great number of christian lineage murdered and spoiled.