You were openly spoken of as the favored man who was singled
out from the rest by Lady Jane.
If he wore at his buttonhole the rosette of an officer of the Legion of Honor, it was because the unanimous voice of his regiment had singled
him out as the man who best deserved to receive it after the battle of Borodino.
He had singled
her out as the most dangerous of the Schlegels, and, angry as he was, looked forward to telling his wife how right he had been.
that Arthur should have singled
out Martin of all fellows for a friend.
We, the guardians of human progress, are being singled
out and struck down.
Thus, if I recognize a thing, the occasion of its previous existence in virtue of which I recognize it forms part of "my experience" by DEFINITION: recognition will be one of the marks by which my experience is singled
out from the rest of the world.