noun, plural sol·i·tar·ies.
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Origin of solitary
OTHER WORDS FROM solitarysol·i·tar·i·ly, adverbsol·i·tar·i·ness, nounun·sol·i·tar·y, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for solitary
There had been a solitariness in her aspect which seemed to forbid any such companionship.Room Number 3|Anna Katharine Green
The solitariness which exerted so potent a spell on Wordsworth had in it nothing ‘Byronic.’Oxford Lectures on Poetry|Andrew Cecil Bradley
Above everything, we find here that solitariness and absence of human interest now so rare in England.Birds and Man|W. H. Hudson
The solitariness of each human soul is the first fact in religious consciousness.Mountain Meditations|L. Lind-af-Hageby
Your opportunity, for the solitariness of two, will be limited.In Her Own Right|John Reed Scott