handedly

All Adverb
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  • She simply did not have the support to lead the opposition single-handedly.
  • Several days later, he single-handedly attacked and killed two groups of Japanese soldiers.
  • After losing her father at age of nine, she was single handedly brought up by her mother.
  • Few women have single-handedly contributed so much to the field of reading.
  • By high school and through college, she practically supported her family single-handedly.
  • Would that she could deal as high-handedly with the world! Cited from Howards End, by E. M. Forster
  • He once got into a fight with four high school students, whom he single-handedly knocked out.
  • It was something that would have been accepted off-handedly by me. Cited from Tramping on Life, by Harry Kemp
  • Well, she had doubtless carried things off high-handedly more than once. Cited from The Genius, by Margaret Horton Potter
  • She was brought up single handedly by her father George because her mother died when she was four years old.
  • He single-handedly attacked three German-held houses before being wounded.
  • The rest of the story is how he single handedly brings all of them to justice.
  • She will be the first person to host the contest single-handedly.
  • More than once, he almost single-handedly kept baseball in Little Rock.
  • He single-handedly killed three enemy soldiers in close combat.
  • He almost single-handedly founded the military-history section of the Dutch General Staff.
  • He received the Military Cross for single-handedly taking a German machine-gun post.
  • Single-handedly he set up a modern biochemistry department which carried out world-class teaching and research.
  • After he tricks them into stopping their car, he single-handedly takes them down.
  • He just single-handedly lifted the whole group with his intensity around the ball.
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