the only (person or thing) for

Definition of the only (person or thing) for

  1. —used to emphasize that a particular person or thing should be the one chosen This is the only book for serious collectors. She's the only person for the job.

Word by Word Definitions

onlyplay
  1. :  unquestionably the best :  peerless

    :  alone in a class or category :  sole

    :  having no brother or sister

  1. :  as a single fact or instance and nothing more or different :  merely

    :  solely, exclusively

    :  at the very least

  1. :  with the restriction that :  but

    :  and yet :  however

    :  were it not that :  except

personplay
  1. :  human, individual

    :  a character or part in or as if in a play :  guise

    :  one of the three modes of being in the Trinitarian Godhead as understood by Christians

thingplay
  1. :  a matter of concern :  affair

    :  state of affairs in general or within a specified or implied sphere

    :  a particular state of affairs :  situation


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