Julianne Moore, Still Alice Julianne Moore should have several Oscars by now.
The thing will have to be displayed prominently for several weeks until “the cleaning lady broke it.”
On the other hand, there are several bulldogs on the committee.
early 15c., "existing apart," from Anglo-French several, from Middle French seperalis "separate," from Medieval Latin separalis, from Latin separ "separate, different," back-formation from separare "to separate" (see separate (v.)). Meaning "various, diverse, different" is attested from c.1500; that of "more than one" is from 1530s, originally in legal use.
Here we are all, by day; by night we're hurledRelated: Severalty. Jocular ordinal form severalth attested from 1902 in American English dialect (see -th (2)).
By dreams, each one into a several world