onlyadjective

  • ja唯一の、たったの、ただ一つの
  • enbeing the single one of a certain kind; alone in kind, class, etc.

Examples

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Somebody very important to me died.
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Who?
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The only person in the world who really knew me.
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You're just so thoughtful.
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- That's why I married you. - Oh.
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Now, is that the only reason?
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No.
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You also had a car.
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I saw you today, kissing in the doctors' lounge.
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That's not what you think.
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That was —
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You told me I was the only one.
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He hated dirty cops so much, they used to call him Mr. Clean.
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Uh-huh, I'm sure that's the only reason they called him that.
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Because I'm bald? You think that's funny?
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When you're a tall girl, it's the only thing that people see.
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It's not the only thing I see.
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Okay. For, like, the 97th time, I'm not going to the prom.
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Just 'cause you broke up with James doesn't mean you have to be the only person at PCA who's not gonna be there.
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Lots of people are going dateless.