one onely

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  • Now is it Rome indeed, and Roome enough When there is in it but one onely man. Cited from Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare
  • In one onely comedy they will huddle up five or six of Bocaces tales. Cited from Literary and Philosophical Essays, by Various
  • The whole people hath one onely lawe, to do nothinge against lawe that nature prescribeth. Cited from Principal Navigations, V6, by Richard Hakluyt
  • One onely mov'd, the change will not appeare; When too much licence given to the sword, Though against ill, will make even good men feare. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. I, by Various
  • The kingdome of Acus is one onely small citie, where they gather cotton which is called Acucu. Cited from Great Epochs in American History, Vol. I, Ed. by Francis W. Halsey
  • But here wee must take notice, that by a Name is not alwayes understood, as in Grammar, one onely word; but sometimes by circumlocution many words together. Cited from Leviathan, by Thomas Hobbes
  • It consisted of two stories, beisdes the vaults, and admitted entrance and issue, by one onely gate, fenced with a Portcouliz. Cited from The Survey of Cornwall, by Richard Carew
  • Opposite him, in the same hut, sat his father, a mere skeleton, whose "age was so great that the good man had lost his sight, and could speak one onely word but with exceeding great paine." Cited from Brief History of the United States, by Barnes & Co
  • The ordre of Mariage emong the Egiptians is not vniforme, for the priest might marry but one onely wife. Cited from Principal Navigations, V6, by Richard Hakluyt
  • This Counte had one onely sonne called Beltramo, a very yonge childe, amiable and fayre. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • Whereas therefore, in the kingdome of China, one onely king beares rule ouer so many prouinces, it is strange what a number of Magistrates are by him created to admister publique afiaires. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 11, by Richard Hakluyt
  • As that saying of his, That the inhabitants of Asia served but one alone, because they could not pronounce one onely syllable, which is Non, gave perhaps both subject and occasion to my friend Boetie to compose his booke of voluntarie servitude. Cited from Literary and Philosophical Essays, by Various
  • One onely Daughter haue I, no Kin else, On whom I may conferre what I haue got: The Maid is faire, a'th' youngest for a Bride, And I haue bred her at my deerest cost In Qualities of the best. Cited from The Complete Shakespeare's First Folio
  • But the foresayd Iugures (who liue among the Christians, and the Saracens) by their sundry disputations as I suppose, haue bene brought vnto this, to beleeue that there is but one onely God. Cited from Principal Navigations, V2, by Richard Hakluyt
  • The people of Scithia, whom we now cal Tartares (a greate people and wide spread) parte of them worshippe the Idolle of their Emperour Kamme, parte the Sonne, the Moone, and other Starres, and part according to the Apostles doctrine, one onely God. Cited from Principal Navigations, V6, by Richard Hakluyt
  • And where the Egiptians honour many similitudes and Images of beastes, and other creatures, whiche thei make themselues: the Iewes onely doe honour with their spirite and minde, and conceiue in their vndrestandyng, but one onely Godheade. Cited from Principal Navigations, V6, by Richard Hakluyt
  • The gentlewoman, with whome Gianetta dwelte, had but one onely sonne by her husband, whiche both shee and the father, loued verie dearelye: as well because hee was a sonne, as also that in vertue and good merites hee greatlye excelled. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • It oweth subiection to the Metropolitane of Canterbury, and hath one onely Archdeaconry, which place is now supplied by master Thomas Sumaster, who adorneth the Gentility of his birth, with the honestie of his life, and by both sorts of feeding, approueth himselfe a liberall and commendable pastor. Cited from The Survey of Cornwall, by Richard Carew