All-only in a sentence

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How to use all-only in a sentence. All-only pronunciation.

If he avoids this courtesy now from principle, of course I find no fault with it at all-only if he thinks it is principle he may be mistaken; a close examination may show it is only a bowing to the tyranny of public opinion.
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But I wasn't thinking about him as a great man; I wasn't thinking of him at all-only of what he said.
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Then he addressed himself to his task, and read the letter through, coming to its last word only to be still more surprised, as he perceived plainly that beyond what he could gather from those two short sentences already quoted, nothing was confided or confessed, nothing at all-only a request was made to him, and that very urgently and solemnly, but it concerned not himself, but his young brother Valentine, for not content with repudiating the family property for himself, the old father was desirous, it was evident, through his step-son, to stand in the way and bar his own son's very remote chance of inheriting it either.
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I marvel that you exist at all-only your numbers, your weapons, and your power of reasoning save you.
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Then again some feathers do not have any webs at all-only a slender shaft, as fine as a hair.
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Not at all-only disappointed me a little.
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No use at all-only a vexation.
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All day long he played and crept in this under the sacred peepul-tree in the middle of the village among brown-skinned babies who wore no clothes at all-only a string of beads round their fat little waists-and who sometimes sat down in silence and made a solemn effort to comprehend him.
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Examples of All-only

Example #1
I only say it may-I cannot venture to say it will.
Example #2
No, he will smile at the idea.
Example #3
Nothing new; nothing that I had not heard many times before.
Example #4
I wondered why it was.
Example #5
A thing that is very unexpected and moderately strange, we meet with wide-opened eyes, with a start and perhaps exclamations; but a thing more than strange, utterly unaccounted for, quite unreasonable, and the last thing one could have supposed possible as coming from the person who demanded it, is met in far quieter fashion.
Example #6
If not, he argued with himself, why was it to be confided to him?