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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.
abstemious, abstinent, alone, ascetic, asexual, bachelor, celibate, chaste, intact, lone, maiden, monastic, monkish, old maid, pure, solitary, unmarried, unplowed, unwed, virginal, spinsterish, virgin.
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.
far cry, diacritic, extra ordinary, out-standing.
bachelor, divorced, eligible, free, solo, unattached, unfettered, unmarried, unwed, Companionless, Spouseless, living alone.
folksy, unadorned, unblended, uncombined, uncomplicated, unembellished, inelaborate, pure and simple, uncompounded, undecorated, unelaborate, unornamented, unfussy, not complex, open and shut.
individual, odd, only, singular, sole, unique, lone, solitary.
concordant, consensual, consentient, of one mind, unquestioned, as one, with one voice, in complete accord, with voice.
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.
Champer, world-class, without equal, beyond compare, solid gold, world class.
deserted, isolated, separated.
bingle, tater, TATERS, dinger, one-bagger, safe hit.
singleton, subsistence, organisms, singletons.
advantage, alley, break, clay, break point, the Davis Cup.
divorced, eligible, free, married, unattached, Companionless, Spouseless.
Examples of usage:
– The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
– Virginia by Ellen Glasgow
– The Other Girls by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
– The Dominant Strain by Anna Chapin Ray
– The Parson O' Dumford by George Manville Fenn