[ adverb ] one by one; one at a time


"they were arranged singly"

Used in print

(Chester G. Starr, The Origins of Greek Civili...)

Wavy lines , feather like patterns , rosettes of indefinitely floral nature , birds either singly or in stylized rows , animals in solemn frieze bands ( see Plates 11 - 12 ) - all these turned_up in the more developed fabrics as preliminary signs that the potters were broadening their gaze .

Related terms

multiply single single

[ adverb ] apart from others


"taken individually, the rooms were, in fact, square" "the fine points are treated singly"