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    use only with plural noun

    Apart from a few stands of native forest, the only authentic habitats on Prince Edward Island are its sand dunes and salt marshes.
    What does "only" mean here?
    Only mean single, therefore, is it possible to use plural here?

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    Re: use only with plural noun

    Only, definition 3 here

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