One, unit, ace.
Someone, somebody, no other, none else, an individual; monist.
(Verbs). To be alone, etc.; to isolate, insulate, set apart; to unify.
(Adjectives). One, sole, single, individual, apart, alone, lone, isolated, solitary, lonely, lonesome, desolate, dreary, insular, insulated, disparate, discrete, detached; monistic.
Unaccompanied, unattended, solus, single-handed, singular, odd, unique, unrepeated, azygous.
Inseverable, irresolvable, indiscerptible, compact.
(Adverbs). Singly, etc., alone, by itself, per se, only, apart, in the singular number, in the abstract, one by one.
One and a half, sesqui-.
(Phrase). "His soul was like a star and dwelt apart."
Concomitant, accessory 39, coefficient, companion, attendant, fellow, associate, consort, spouse, colleague, collaborator, partner, copartner, satellite, escort, hanger-on, parasite, shadow; travelling tutor, chaperon, duenna.
(Verbs). To accompany, chaperon, coexist, attend, be associated with, collaborate with, hang on, shadow, wait on, to join, tie together.
(Phrase). To go hand in hand with.
(Adjectives). Accompanying, coexisting, attending, etc., concomitant, fellow, twin, joint, associated with, accessory.
(Adverbs). With, withal, together with, along with, in company with, collectively, hand in hand, together, in a body, cheek by jowl, etc.; therewith, herewith, moreover, besides, also, and 37, not to mention.
Two, deuce, couple, brace, pair, twins, Siamese twins, Castor and Pollux, Damon and Pythias, fellows, gemini, yoke, conjugation, twosome; dualist.
(Verbs). To unite in pairs, to pair, pair off, couple, bracket, yoke.
(Adjectives). Two, twain, dual, binary, dualistic, duplex, twofold, bifold, biform, bifarious, duplicate, dyadic, binomial, twin, tête-à-tête, bifrons, Janus-headed, bilateral, bicentric, bifocal.
Coupled, bracketed, paired, etc., conjugate.
Both, the one and the other.
(Verbs). To double, redouble, geminate, reduplicate, repeat, iterate, re-echo, renew.
(Adjectives). Doubled, redoubled, etc.
Biform, bifarious or bifold, bifacial, duplex, duplicate, ingeminate.
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