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1. Lonesomely (Adverb) In a lonesome manner, in a way missing companionship

Lonesomely, Lonesome

2. Synonyms for Lonesomely include solitarily, solo, individually, alone, independently, forsakenly, friendlessly, unaccompanied, unchaperoned and all by one's lonesome

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3. Example sentences with "Lonesomely", translation memory He was lonesome, I guess

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4. Translations in context of "Lonesomely" in English-German from Reverso Context: Lars and his father Henrik live Lonesomely on an old homestead in the Uckermark.

Lonesomely, Lars, Live

5. Lonesomely meaning In a lonesome manner, in a way missing companionship.

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6. Lonesomely (comparative more Lonesomely, superlative most Lonesomely) In a lonesome manner, in a way missing companionship.

Lonesomely, Lonesome

7. ‘The trouble was that Juan wasn't with me when my mother found out, and I stood trial pretty Lonesomely.’ ‘He bowed his head and one single tear escaped closed lids and rolled Lonesomely

Lonesomely, Lids

8. What is the definition of Lonesomely? What is the meaning of Lonesomely? How do you use Lonesomely in a sentence? What are synonyms for Lonesomely?


9. Lonesomely translation in English - German Reverso dictionary, see also 'loosely',lone',lone wolf',loneliness', examples, definition, conjugation

Lonesomely, Loosely, Lone, Loneliness

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11. See authoritative translations of Lonesomely in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.


12. Another way to say Lonesomely? Synonyms for Lonesomely (other words and phrases for Lonesomely).


13. Antonyms for Lonesomely include brightly, cheerfully, cheerily, comfortingly, cordially, festively, friendlily, gaily, heartwarmingly and happily


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15. Definitions of Lonesomely, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Lonesomely, analogical dictionary of Lonesomely (English)


16. We found 9 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word Lonesomely: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "Lonesomely" is defined

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17. General (8 matching dictionaries) Lonesomely: [home, info] Lonesomely: Collins English Dictionary [home, info] Lonesomely: [home, info]


18. Lonesomely Total Number of words made out of Lonesomely = 202 Lonesomely is an acceptable word in Scrabble with 15 points.Lonesomely is an accepted word in Word with Friends having 18 points


19. Lonesomely is a 10 letter long Word starting with L and ending with Y

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20. 8 letter Words made out of Lonesomely

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21. Search Lonesomely and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso


22. You can complete the definition of Lonesomely given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster

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23. I ain't in Lonesomely death, also necessarily will madness in Lonesomely


24. Lonesomely clings the Dragonfly to the underside of the leaf Ah! The Autumn rain

Lonesomely, Leaf

25. Lonesomely is an English language word that is well described on this page with all the important details i.e Lonesomely meaning, Lonesomely word synonyms, and its similar words

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26. Lonesomely meaning in Urdu is تنہائی سے and Lonesomely word meaning in …


27. We've got 201 anagrams for Lonesomely » Any good anagrams for Lonesomely? This page list all the various possible anagrams for the word Lonesomely.Use it for solving word puzzles, scrambles and for writing poetry, lyrics for your song or coming up with rap verses.

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28. Early in 1893 Harold Beauchamp leased a large Karori house, Chesney Wold, which Kathleen was to describe as 'a great old rambling house planted Lonesomely in the midst of huge gardens, orchards and paddocks'

Leased, Large, Lonesomely

29. After a joyous separation, he Lonesomely traverses Bluejohn Canyon.


30. But rather than let these charming beauties Lonesomely bloom in a bare patch, give them companion plants and layer your plantings for maximum drama

Let, Lonesomely, Layer

31. That would be a great thing to concentrate war into one stump of a body and to show it to people so they could see the difference between a war that's in the newspaper headlines and liberty loan drives and a war that is fought out Lonesomely in the mud somewhere a war between man and a …

Liberty, Loan, Lonesomely

32. All night long, the wind howls Lonesomely, but Pa plays the fiddle and sings, keeping the family safe and cozy

Long, Lonesomely

33. It lay Lonesomely on the sand, clamped into its press, not a string broken” This quote represents irony because through all the death and destruction of war the simplest, most irrelevant object was left in perfect condition

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LONESOMELY [lonesomely]


Synonyms: lonesome .


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What is the definition of Lonesome?

Definition of lonesome. (Entry 1 of 2) 1a : sad or dejected as a result of lack of companionship or separation from others don't be lonesome while we are gone. b : causing a feeling of loneliness the empty house seemed so lonesome. 2a : remote, unfrequented look down, look down that lonesome road— Gene Austin.

What is the adjective for Lonesome?

Choose the Right Synonym for lonesome. Adjective . alone, solitary, lonely, lonesome, lone, forlorn, desolate mean isolated from others. alone stresses the objective fact of being by oneself with slighter notion of emotional involvement than most of the remaining terms.

What is the definition of Lonely?

Definition of lonely. 1a : being without company : lone too many lonely nights at home. b : cut off from others : solitary the train stopped frequently at lonely little stations— Robert Hichens. 2 : not frequented by human beings : desolate a lonely spot in the woods.

What is the adjective for Lonely?

adjective, lone·li·er, lone·li·est. affected with, characterized by, or causing a depressing feeling of being alone; lonesome. destitute of sympathetic or friendly companionship, intercourse, support, etc.: a lonely exile. lone; solitary; without company; companionless.