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2. Solitarinesses meaning Plural form of solitariness.
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3. Hillarie of Poictiers, reduced by reason and the incommoditie of his melancholy to such a continuall Solitarinesse, that when I
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4. Hillarie of Poictiers, reduced by reason and the incommoditie of his melancholy to such a continuall Solitarinesse , that when I entered into his chamber he had never removed one step out of it in two and twenty yeares before
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5. We've got 0 shorthands for Solitarinesse » Acronyms that contain the term Solitarinesse What does Solitarinesse mean? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: Solitarinesse.
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7. "Solitariness": Shakespeare and Plutarch 327 word "solitariness." Addressing his opponent, he speculates as to "whether you intend Solitarinesse to consist in that, that a man with drawing himselfe from company, seeketh rather to Hue in the voide and desolate places of …
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Solitary is the state of being alone or in solitude.
Solitude; loneliness; destitution of company or of animated beings; applied to place; as the solitariness of the country or of a wood. SOL'ITARY, a. L. solitarius, from solus, alone. 1. Living alone; not having company. Some of the more ferocious animals are solitary, seldom or never being found in flocks or herds.
a person who lives alone or in solitude, or avoids the society of others. a person who lives in solitude from religious motives. solitary confinement. Think you remember last week’s words? Take this quiz on the Words of the Day from April 6–12 to find out! a person who dances professionally, as on the stage.