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not on duty, absent, finished, inoperative, negligible, outside, postponed, slender, slight, slim.
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individual
Definition:
Subsisting as a distinct, indivisible being; single; one; pertaining to one only.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
individual, single.
certain
many, some, a few, a couple, upwards of.
different
incomparable, unusual, most novel, antithetic, at odds, at variance, contrastive, differential, incommensurable, mismatched, mismated, unalike, Contradistinct, Contradistinctive, a far cry from, another story, extra ordinary, like night and day, poles apart, something else, unsimilar.
dissimilar
far cry, most opposite, march to a different drummer, not similar.
distinctive
diacritic, out-standing.
distinctive, exclusive
alone, characteristic, definite, diacritic, diagnostic, different, discrete, distinct, especial, express, idiosyncratic, indivisible, lone, odd, only, original, own, particular, peculiar, personal, personalized, proper, reserved, respective, secluded, select, separate, several, single, singular, sole, solitary, special, specific, uncommon, unique, unitary, unusual.
especial
preponderant, pre-eminent.
every
each.
human
fleshly, anthropological, biped, bipedal, ethnologic, hominal, hominid, hominine, humanistic, Ethological, Creatural.
humanoid
humanoid.
manlike
hominoid.
precise
on the money, on the button.
private
non-public, nonpublic, not open, behind the scenes, close to one's chest.
self-sufficient
self-supported, self-sufficing, self-sustained, self-sustaining, Self-dependent, doing one's own thing, out for number one.
separate
alienated, autonomous, detached, disconnected, disjoint, dissociated, distinct, fragmentary, independent, separate, severed, unaffiliated, unrelated, Disintegrated, Sundered, disaffiliated, disassembled, unglued.
single
lone, odd, one, only, single, singular, sole, solitary, unblended, unique, unalloyed, uncompounded, unmixed, unshared, without equal, singled out, not general, not public, singled-out.
special
characteristic, definite, different, discriminating, distinguishing, feature, hallmark, idiosyncratic, keynote, particular, peculiar, precise, quirky, special, specialized, specific, Earmarked.
subjective
arbitrary, introspective, partial, partisan, personal, subjective, nonobjective, nonrepresentative, unobjective, non-objective.
unusual
uncommon, unusual.
various
multiform, omnifarious, polymorphic, polymorphous, all manner of, multitudinal.
noun
entity
singles, singleton, something, subsistence, singletons.
human
wight, wights, bipeds.
human being
body, mortal, person.
life
animateness, metabolism, substantiality, symbiosis, viability, wildlife, Symbioses, metabolisms, flesh and blood, mortal being, substantialities, vital spark.
material
staples.
person
gal, individual, GALS.
real thing
existent.
self
individualization, Oneself, personals, identicals, proprium, self-hood.
singular person, thing
being, body, character, child, creature, dude, entity, existence, human being, man, material, matter, mortal, number, party, person, personage, self, singleton, somebody, something, soul, stuff, substance, type, unit, woman.
substance
concreteness, matter.
tops
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul.
verb
separate
alone, collective, distinctive, especial, indivisible, original, own, proper, public, reserved, secluded, select.
Examples of usage:
  1. He would complete his triumph over the individual in Mallinsbee's office. – The Son of his Father by Ridgwell Cullum
  2. Where else would there be any improvement, in an individual or in society? – Macleod of Dare by William Black
  3. Roughly speaking, a dossier is not a history of the individual in question; it simply records what is being said of him. – The End of Her Honeymoon by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  4. He saw that as a private individual he would have to waste energy that should be going into his profession. – The Goose Man by Jacob Wassermann
  5. He was regarded by the natives as a peculiar individual. – The Goose Man by Jacob Wassermann

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