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Singly vs. Severally

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Singlyadverb

In a single or unaccompanied manner; without a companion.

Severallyadverb

separately

Singlyadverb

Individually; particularly; severally.

‘to make men singly and personally good’;

Severallyadverb

(Africa) Several times, repeatedly

Singlyadverb

Without partners, companions, or associates; single-handed.

‘to attack another singly’;

Severallyadverb

Separately; distinctly; apart from others; individually.

‘There must be an auditor to check and revise each severally by itself.’;

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Singlyadverb

Honestly; sincerely; simply.

Severallyadverb

apart from others;

‘the clothes were hung severally’;

Singlyadverb

(obsolete) Singularly; peculiarly.

Severallyadverb

apart from others;

‘taken individually, the rooms were, in fact, square’; ‘the fine points are treated singly’;

Singlyadverb

Individually; particularly; severally; as, to make men singly and personally good.

Severallyadverb

in the order given;

‘the brothers were called Felix and Max, respectively’;

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Singlyadverb

Only; by one's self; alone.

‘Look thee, 't is so! Thou singly honest man.’;

Singlyadverb

Without partners, companions, or associates; single-handed; as, to attack another singly.

‘At omber singly to decide their doom.’;

Singlyadverb

Honestly; sincerely; simply.

Singlyadverb

Singularly; peculiarly.

Singlyadverb

one by one; one at a time;

‘they were arranged singly’;

Singlyadverb

apart from others;

‘taken individually, the rooms were, in fact, square’; ‘the fine points are treated singly’;

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Singly

Singly is a commune in the Ardennes department in northern France.

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