that onely

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  • This is the people that onely of all other may chalenge the honour of auncientie. Cited from Principal Navigations, V6, by Richard Hakluyt
  • That onely serves his will and wantonness, And lets the serious part run by As thin neglected sand. Cited from The Elder Brother, by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
  • Whereto adding, that they lay out beforehand but a portion of the money due, and that onely for some small time, you shall find it grow to the highest degree of extremitie. Cited from The Survey of Cornwall, by Richard Carew
  • Therefore the Scope of the whole Gospell, was the establishing of that onely Article. Cited from Leviathan, by Thomas Hobbes
  • That onely reserued which no man can honestly demaunde, till the mariage be solempnized in the face of the church. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • Whereat faire Proserpine began to smile, And begd that onely she might giue me doome. Cited from The Spanish Tragedie, by Thomas Kyd
  • Yet can no man say, but that to speake well, is most gracious and commendable, but not so excellent as some make it: and I am grieved to see how we imploy most part of our time about that onely. Cited from Literary and Philosophical Essays, by Various
  • All the Earth (as is said in the text) is Gods; but all the Earth is not called Holy, but that onely which is set apart for his especiall service, as was the Nation of the Jews. Cited from Leviathan, by Thomas Hobbes
  • But before this fleete departed, some were gone by one or two at a time, so that onely 23 sayles of this fieete arriued in the Hauana. Cited from Principal Navigations, V7, by Richard Hakluyt
  • As for example, he that neuer saw the sea will not be persuaded that there is a mediterrane sea; so doe they measure all things by their owne experience and conceit, as though there were nothing good and profitable, but that onely wherewith they mainteine their liues. Cited from Principal Navigations, by Richard Hakluyt
  • Wrong'd, yet not daring to expresse my paine, To you, great Lord, the causer of my care, In clowdie teares my case I thus complaine Unto your selfe, that onely privie are. Cited from The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 5, by Edmund Spenser
  • O yes, O yes, O yes, If there be any Man, In Towne or Countrey, can Bring me my Heart againe, Ile please him for his paine; And by these Marks I will you show, 10 That onely I this Heart doe owe. Cited from Minor Poems of Michael Drayton, by Michael Drayton
  • And if this Countrey were like vnto India, the inhabitants whereof eate neither henne, beefe, nor porke, but keepe that onely for the Portugals and Moores, they would be sold here for nothing. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 11, by Richard Hakluyt
  • Goe you, my lynes, Embassadours of loue, With my harts tribute to her conquering eyes, From whence, if you one tear of pitty moue For all my woes, that onely shall suffise. Cited from Minor Poems of Michael Drayton, by Michael Drayton
  • For gentle Hearers, know To ranke our chosen Truth with such a show As Foole, and Fight is, beside forfeyting Our owne Braines, and the Opinion that we bring To make that onely true, we now intend, Will leaue vs neuer an vnderstanding Friend. Cited from Henry VIII, by William Shakespeare
  • Of folysshe Fesycyans and vnlerned that onely folowe paractyke knowynge nought of the speculacyon of theyr faculte. Cited from The Ship of Fools, Volume 1-2, by Sebastian Brandt
  • For the Lawemaker thought it conueniente, that onely the gooddes should bee subdite to the debte, and the bodies (whose seruice was required bothe in peace and in warre) subiecte to the citie. Cited from Principal Navigations, V6, by Richard Hakluyt
  • This was not hee that for matters of AEgipt did make warres with the Romaines: but he that onely inferred warres vpon the Gallatians, which out of Europa passed into Asia, out of which countrie hee chased them, and ouercame them. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • Yet notwithstanding so supreame and excessiue alacritie, and cordiall delectation, and that onely and extreeme pleasure (occasioned by such and so vnexpected delightes) by one of those three which in the last chaunge attended, was quayled, ouerthrowne, interrupted, lamed, intercepted and made vaine. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • The toyle o'th' Warre, A paine that onely seemes to seeke out danger I'th' name of Fame, and Honor, which dyes i'th' search, And hath as oft a sland'rous Epitaph, As Record of faire Act. Cited from Cymbeline, by Wm. Shakespeare [First Folio]=