solely

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  • Some groups focus solely on one cultural tradition, while others draw from several.
  • His efforts were, in his mind, based solely on what can be called applied science.
  • He did say that, if he were solely responsible, his mother might not continue to live.
  • Leaving their previous bands behind, they worked solely on new material.
  • Growth is solely due to an increase in the size of individual cells.
  • What followed was a series devoted solely to gay characters from network television.
  • Some artists use them within mixed-media works, while others use them solely as their medium-of-choice.
  • Jackson's decision to star in the film was solely based on the title.
  • We can know it to be true solely by virtue of our understanding what its terms mean.
  • Finally, he made his home solely in London for professional reasons.
  • It was the first publication to focus solely on role-playing games.
  • Outside the borough, the county council is solely responsible for local services.
  • The student population is made up solely of local students living within commuting distance of the college.
  • Originally it was a device intended solely for men who died without an heir.
  • A massive new university solely dedicated to science and technology is under construction in the east of the city.
  • A special edition of the album features solely instrumental versions of some of the songs.
  • The only major roads that pass through are solely county routes.
  • We did so not because we desired such a course, but solely because the government had left us with no other choice.
  • Others do not have a conventional congregation as such and solely work through television.
  • It covers, It is the second largest lake to be contained solely within the state.
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Synonyms of solely