He describes himself as “lonelier, but wiser, with a bit of rage in me.”
“We have never been more detached from one another, or lonelier,” writer Stephen Marche argued.
I do not want to be lonely all my life,” she writes, “but people only make us lonelier by reminding us of God.
I must seek a lonelier waste in which I may be alone—quite alone with my God and myself.
Summer was over, and the Glimmerglass was lonelier than ever.
She leaned over me as if I had been a lonely child and she a lonelier woman.
There is probably no lonelier man in the parish than the constable.
The raven is found in the lonelier glens, and is often tamed.
The signs of Christmas preparation and the sounds of Christmas cheer but made him lonelier.
Always he sought the lonelier places, shepherd's or camel herder's camps and the smallest villages.