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single
Definition:
Separate; consisting of one only; individual; unmarried; uncompounded; alone; not double; with one on each side; undivided; pure; simple.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
single.
alone, distinct
distinguished, especial, exceptional, exclusive, individual, indivisible, isolated, lone, loner, odd, one, only, original, particular, peerless, personal, private, rare, restricted, secluded, separate, separated, simple, singular, sole, solitary, special, specific, strange, unalloyed, unblended, uncommon, uncompounded, undivided, unique, unitary, unmixed, unrivaled, unshared, unusual, without equal, not general, not public, singled-out.
celibate
abstemious, abstinent, alone, ascetic, asexual, bachelor, celibate, chaste, intact, lone, maiden, monastic, monkish, old maid, pure, solitary, unmarried, unplowed, unwed, virginal, spinsterish, virgin.
different
incomparable, antithetic, at odds, at variance, contrastive, differential, incommensurable, mismatched, mismated, unalike, Contradistinct, Contradistinctive, a far cry from, like night and day, poles apart, unsimilar.
distinctive
far cry, diacritic, extra ordinary, out-standing.
every
each.
not married
bachelor, divorced, eligible, free, solo, unattached, unfettered, unmarried, unwed, Companionless, Spouseless, living alone.
qualified
eligible.
simple
folksy, unadorned, unblended, uncombined, uncomplicated, unembellished, inelaborate, pure and simple, uncompounded, undecorated, unelaborate, unornamented, unfussy, not complex, open and shut.
single
individual, odd, only, singular, sole, unique, lone, solitary.
special
private.
unanimous
concordant, consensual, consentient, of one mind, unquestioned, as one, with one voice, in complete accord, with voice.
united
atomic, coherent, cohesive, coincident, complete, congruent, congruous, elemental, entire, fundamental, holistic, homogeneous, indivisible, integral, integrated, irreducible, monolithic, same, simple, solid, unanimous, undivided, unified, uniform, united, intact, pure.
unparalleled
Champer, world-class, without equal, beyond compare, solid gold, world class.
noun
alone
deserted, isolated, separated.
base hit
bingle, tater, TATERS, dinger, one-bagger, safe hit.
entity
singleton, subsistence, organisms, singletons.
paper money
dollar.
tennis
advantage, alley, break, clay, break point, the Davis Cup.
unmarried
divorced, eligible, free, married, unattached, Companionless, Spouseless.
verb
contact
single.
Examples of usage:
  1. I have neither the time to go there, nor the wish to leave like that at a moment's notice, but I should have liked to send some of my friends there, and he does not offer me a single seat for them. – The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
  2. " There's not a single thing that I would change in Oliver, if I could," she said at last. – Virginia by Ellen Glasgow
  3. There was only a single instant. – The Other Girls by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  4. It was too strong, too much alive, to be killed by the facts of one single night. – The Dominant Strain by Anna Chapin Ray
  5. Please forgive me, and believe me, dear Dick, that I have not a single thought that is not yours. – The Parson O' Dumford by George Manville Fenn

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