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What does the acronym only stand for?
ONLY abbreviation definitions:
nonpareil, incomparable, Unapproached, matchless.
out-standing, Gilt-edge, second to none, solid-gold, world class, unexampled, Unparagoned, beyond compare.
without equal, odd, unique, singled-out, lone, solitary, unmixed, uncompounded, unblended, singular, individual, unshared, sole, not public, unalloyed, singled out, not general, single.
unparalleled, sole, unique, apart, particular, unequaled, one shot, one and only, lone, unaccompanied, peerless, isolated, by oneself, matchless, once in a lifetime, exclusive, solitary, unrivaled, solo, individual, one, onliest, alone, single.
Champer, world-class, solid gold.
uniquely, wholly, merely, at most, but, plainly, solely, nothing but, purely, totally, just, utterly, entirely, simply, hardly, particularly.
one and only, singularly.
not quite, infrequently, with trouble, sparsely.
without exception, reservedly, Undividedly, uniquely, without reservation, in every respect.
not measurably, not likely, not often, faintly, by no means, pretty near, once in blue moon, not markedly, no way, only just, by a hair, no more than, not a bit, once in a blue moon, not noticeably, not notably, perceptibly, Scantly, not at all, almost not, not by much, not much, detectably.
all in all, In Toto.
simply, barely, solely, just.
single, solely, just, alone, but, lonesome, only when, solitary, merely, simply, exclusively, sole, entirely, only if, exclusive, lone.
isolated, unclassified, Companionless.
utterly, severally, singly, individually, nothing but.
Examples of usage:
– Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout or, The Speediest Car on the Road by Victor Appleton
– Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
– Here and Hereafter by Barry Pain
– The Motor Maid by Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson
– The Real Adventure by Henry Kitchell Webster