I neither invite it nor fear it; only, you must be present, for I am inexpressibly tired of facing him solus.
Paganini's performance, solus, was a recital pure and simple; perhaps the first ever given in a concert room.
Every beggarly corporation affords the State a mayor or two bailiffs yearly; but solus rex, aut poeta, non quotannis nascitur.
Each party grinned five minutes solus, and then all united in a grand chorus of distortion.
Credo quod tu, mi Domine Jesu Christe, solus es mea justitia et redemptio.
Donec eris felix multos numerabis amicos, Tempora si fuerint nubila, solus eris.
Homo solus aut deus aut demon—Man alone is either a god or a devil.
solus enim Deus est qui hanc justitiam per fidem tradit, qui sola gratia ad vitam justificat ternam.
A python who had lived for years in a friendly manner with a brother nearly as large as himself, was found one morning solus.
Nunc vero exul patria, domo, solus atque omnium honestarum rerum egens, quo accedam aut quos appellem?
Latin, "alone" (see sole (adj.)), used in stage directions by 1590s. Masculine; the fem. is sola, but in stage directions solus typically serves for both. Also in phrases solus cum sola "alone with an unchaperoned woman" and solus cum solo "all on one's own," both literally meaning "alone with alone."