The book is a manifesto—a single-handed attempt to galvanize the world to take to the streets.
Some of these single-handed combats against odds are worthy subjects for an air saga, each to its individual self.
single-handed, it would be an unequal contest between you and him.
He valiantly proclaimed his intention, so soon as he did understand, of taking Robin Hood single-handed.
The great ram came on for a single-handed contest with the fleet.
The French Emperor was not so infatuated as to court the risk of making war on Prussia single-handed if he could avoid it.
He was the only dog I ever knew who was a match for a red stag, single-handed.
If he is a credit to that uniform he may, single-handed, disperse a mob.
But to bend a topsail, single-handed, was a much more difficult job.
Don Jacinto has taken to enterprising abroad, single-handed, and accomplishing marvelous and audacious feats.