Sin"gly (?), adv.

1.

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

2.

Only; by one's self; alone.

Look thee, 't is so! Thou singly honest man. Shak.

3.

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

At omber singly to decide their doom. Pope.

4.

Honestly; sincerely; simply.

[R.]

Johnson.

5.

Singularly; peculiarly.

[Obs.]

Milton.

 

© Webster 1913.

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