How to use for not only in a sentence

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Sentence Examples
The yellow colour may justify the name, for not only is the canary-bird yellow, but canary wine is of a golden hue.
With electric adjustments for not only the seat but the steering column as well, finding the right driving position is a doddle.
It's a daily struggle for not only physical survival, but mental endurance and a lingering hope that their story will be heard.
Job opportunities will be created for not only high-level management but middle and lower-level employees as well.
She spoke out and gave her life for not only civil rights but human rights.
The plantation of tree saplings for any occasion has now become ceremony for not only politicians but also officials and others.
The Yaogangxian mine is a world-class locality for not only fluorite but also for arsenopyrite, bournonite, stannite, wurtzite, and ferberite.
Three, strengthening plant breeding programmes in developing countries for not only bananas but also other basic staple crops.
For not only is she immensely talented as a performer, she is also matchless in her energy and vivaciousness.
Government should therefore re-look at using sport as a means to remoulding the national image for not only developmental purposes but also discipline.
The result is a genealogist's dream, for not only does he sketch the families, he also records their ancestry and their ties to others in the county.
The company hopes the change will lessen the weight load for not only the pilots, but the planes.
Throughout the meeting, delegates stressed the need for not only containing the problem of terrorism but also preventing the situation from escalating.
Fudder out of admiration for not only John Frohnmayer but his brother Dave.
The sooner the grass can be got into quoils the better, for not only does the quoil stage give temporary protection but hay makes a good deal in quoil.
For not only was Yauk a sun-god of the Sabaeans, but Set, under the title of Tebha, graecicized Typhon, was a personification of the destructive energy of the great orb.
Examples from Classical Literature
For not only leadership is passed from generation to generation, but so is stewardship.
For not only was the dower-house in an untenantable state, but the weather was very much against them.
For not only must they be of this washable nature, but they must be of a character to resist the influence of the heat.
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