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Your friend can even program in the amount of heat they want directly from a smartphone app.

Don’t tell my Deadhead friends, but I favor that rule and the whole off-gridness of this trip.

Others were the student’s friends or met him on Tinder, where he pretended to be 18, according to the affidavit.

That’s when Jeremy Uhrich, 42, a fellow Huntingdon dad and a longtime friend of McKenzie’s, challenged him to a cookie competition.

BYU will be told to go play in the Armed Services Bowl-Las Vegas Bowl sandbox with its little friends, regardless of record.

Alone and friendless in the city, Adam is forced to rely on his sister for his social life.

America is a nation founded, after all, by those who may have been friendless back wherever they came from.

After helping Obama pass his landmark health-care reform legislation, Specter was suddenly friendless on the campaign trail.

The Marxes were relatively friendless refugees in a city they did not know and whose language, initially, they did not speak.

The result is a friendless force uncertain of its own purpose.

She was friendless now, her daughter having died, and she thankfully came to be as a mother to Ramona.

I was friendless before Bernadine came, and latterly we have been nothing to one another.

How can you call yourself friendless and alone when you have a rich and noble husband like Dorian Mountcastle?

The result of the Bandiera episode was to leave Young Italy yet more friendless than before.

At the same moment he saw that the girl was looking at his friendless captive.

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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to friendless, such as: abandoned, adrift, alienated, all alone, all by one's self, and alone.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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