one pair of single quotation marks, written as (‘ ’) and used especially for a quotation within another quotation: He said, “I told you to say ‘Open, sesame’ when you want to enter the mountain.”.
noun 1. a rhyme of monosyllables, as in heart, part.
adjective 1. only one in number; one only; unique; sole: a single example. 2. of, relating to, or suitable for one person only: a single room. 3. solitary or sole; lone: He was the single survivor. 4. unmarried or not in a romantic relationship: a single man. 5. pertaining to the unmarried state: the single […]
noun 1. a bar or tavern catering to a clientele composed chiefly of single men and women, especially those seeking a lover or spouse. noun 1. a bar or club that is a social meeting place for single people
noun 1. a race for sculls each rowed by one oarsman using a pair of oars.