J. Frank Dobie, the famous folklorist of decades past, was a great admirer of the majestic presence of the lone coyote.
Not far from her head, the glass case holding her lone digit seems to be giving the church a permanent thumbs-up.
He becomes more sure he is the lone voice of reason trapped in the room with 11 angry jurors.
And I learned, like Jake, that the true Tantric journey is, first, a lone struggle of self-discovery.
lone Survivor chooses to avoid thoughtfulness and concentrate almost entirely on physical punishment.
Or did they see in this lone figure an easy victory and a toothsome feast?
The cry of the lone night-bird, and the howling of wolves, would be added to the discord of the angry elements.
What other exile could have taught any secrets of monotony or dreariness to the daughter of a lone missionary?
Entering the Wisconsin, they paddled up its lone and silent banks one hundred and twenty miles, as they supposed.
After seven days they discovered the lone cave in which, the last of his band, he had hoped for concealment.
late 14c., "having no companion, solitary," shortening of alone (q.v.) by weakening of stress or else by misdivision of what is properly all one. The Lone Star in reference to "Texas" is first recorded 1843, from its flag. Lone wolf in the figurative sense is 1909, American English.