alone

[ uh-lohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF alone

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALONE

When he came out ten minutes later Uncle Peter was waiting for him alone.

Mauburn had gone to his room to be alone with this bitter news.

He assented--and being thus, in a manner, ordered up--went it alone.

He's too honest entirely to stale the value of a pin, let alone a carpetbag.

The losses in New York City alone were said to be fifty millions.

In London alone it was said there was a birth every five minutes.

If Halbert will let me alone, or treat me with civility, he may be sure that I shall not trouble him.

He only desires that you will have the goodness to let him alone.

I acknowledge my obligations to the masses of my countrymen, and to them alone.

"Then I will leave you alone without compunction," said Kate.

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