lonesome

[ lohn-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF lonesome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONESOME

"Oh, it makes me so lonesome when you sing that way," wailed the Little Colonel.

But it must be a long, lonesome road, and the rain was coming on.

Poor, honest Fido, how lonesome he was and how he moped about!

If you're careful you're safe here for the day, although you may be lonesome.

"It's lonesome enough for any sort of a hermit," said Fenn, as he paused and looked about him.

I've always been kind of lonesome, an' she's been a sight of company to me.

He was now a solitary man, and the heart within him was dreary and lonesome.

Mutely together they moved through the lonesome, odorous twilight.

I sometimes think the old woman is most as lonesome as I be.

"It isn't quite so lonesome coming home to a light," said Miss Brown.

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