Online Etymology Dictionary, 2010 Douglas Harper Cite This Source sole in Medicine sole (sl).
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Your income will be taxed in the year following the year the income is earned.View synonyms, pronunciation proprietor /prprt/.Sole proprietor is in the lower 50 of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary.Hendrik Willem van Loon "Spoils the hoof to put the knife on the sole, Buck said the smith.View usage for: All YearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years.When Dennis died in 1971 Mary became the sole proprietor.Owner, possessor, holder, keeper, freeholder, landowner, squire, landlord, landlady, master, mistress, proprietress.We thank the proprietors of all the venues, whose hospitality and generosity have helped swell the coffers.Ester Ried Yet Speaking Isabella Alden His sole business was to take the girl away when the interview should be ended.Rate this page, strongly Disagree, strongly Agree, information is easy to understand.Dean Obeidallah, november 6, 2014, a moment ago the drawing-room had seemed empty; pdf to dxf converter Mrs.Chinese restaurant proprietors by 1640 he was himself the proprietor of a three-hundred-acre tract.(prenominal) being the only one; only.
(law) having no wife or husband See also feme sole Derived Forms soleness, noun Word Origin C14: from Old French soule, from Latin slus alone sole2 /sl/ noun.