adjective (used predicatively)
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Idioms for alone
- to allow (someone) to be by himself or herself: Leave him alone—he wants to rest.
- to refrain from annoying or interfering with: The youngsters wouldn't leave the dog alone, and he finally turned on them.
- to refrain from annoying or interfering with.
- not to mention: He was too tired to walk, let alone run.
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OTHER WORDS FROM alonea·lone·ness, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for aloneness
But the feeling of aloneness, of isolation, never goes away.
"I want to get away from you," I gasped and I felt that I must get out of the aloneness with him.
Charlotte's chatter with father was blown back from me and I was happy in a kind of aloneness I had never felt before.
Terrible is aloneness with the judge and avenger of one's own law.Thus Spake Zarathustra|Friedrich Nietzsche
British Dictionary definitions for aloneness
adjective, adverb (postpositive)
Word Origin for alone
Idioms and Phrases with aloneness
see go it alone; leave someone alone; leave well enough alone; let alone.