|naimaton englanniksi||sole fi, unmarried fi, single fi|
*: The caliga was a military shoe, with a very thick sole, tied above the instep.
*: The dove found no rest for the sole of her foot.
*: Hast wandered through the world now long a day, / Yet ceasest not thy weary soles to lead.
: ux|en|Can you give me a single reason not to leave right now? The vase contained a single long-stemmed rose.
: ux|en|The potatoes left the spoon and landed in a single big lump on the plate.
: ux|en|a single room
: a single combat
*: These shifts refuted, answer thy appellant, ... / Who now defies thee thrice to single fight.
: ux|en|Forms often ask if a person is single, married, divorced, or widowed. In this context, a person who is dating someone but who has never married puts "single".
: ux|en|Josh put down that he was a single male on the dating website.
*: Grows, lives, and dies in single blessedness.
*: Single chose to live, and shunned to wed.
*: Therefore, when thyne eye is single: then is all thy boddy full off light. Butt if thyne eye be evyll: then shall all thy body be full of darknes?
*: I speak it with a single heart.
*: Simple ideas are opposed to complex, and single to compound.
*: He utters such single matter in so infantly a voice.
: The Offspring released four singles from their most recent album.
: He went to the party, hoping to meet some friendly singles there.
: I dont have any singles, so youll have to make change.
: Eddie singled out his favorite marble from the bag.
: Yvonne always wondered why Ernest had singled her out of the group of giggling girls she hung around with.
*: dogs who hereby can single out their master in the dark
: Pedro singled in the bottom of the eighth inning, which, if converted to a run, would put the team back into contention.
*: Paul went joyfully, and spent the afternoon helping to hoe or to single turnips with his friend.
*: Many very fleet horses, when overdriven, adopt a disagreeable gait, which seems to be a cross between a pace and a trot, in which the two legs of one side are raised almost but not quite, simultaneously. Such horses are said to single, or to be single-footed.
*: an agent singling itself from consorts
*: men ... commendable when they are singled