Related formslone·some·ly, adverblone·some·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for lonesome
A quarter century later, Duvall has reteamed with Lonesome Dove screenwriter William D. Witliff for A Night in Old Mexico.
Many view the Duvall-starring miniseries, Lonesome Dove, as one of the greatest westerns ever.
It's a blog in search of lonesome, twangy music that sounds old even if it isn't.
Many of your books, from Lonesome Dove to Horseman, Pass By, have been adapted for the screen.
It only affected what I chose to write afterwards in terms of the other three books in the Lonesome Dove tetralogy.
But where the domestic faculties are the strongest, the home is lonesome without children.A California Girl|Edward Eldridge
"Drafts—nonsense—Gail's lonesome," Clarence answered cheerfully, from the couch where he had thrown himself.The Wishing-Ring Man|Margaret Widdemer
I won't get lonesome, but if I should feel just tempted to, I'll think, Father is on his way home.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906|Lucy Maud Montgomery
But there was one in that lonesome place who saw his dark figure as he passed.The Deemster|Hall Caine
"It will serve as a place to spend a lonesome evening," he thought.Uncle Terry|Charles Clark Munn