Antonyms for solitaries

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So much for the solitaries of the earth, and because Providence should be justified of his children.

The mode of life of the Solitaries was simple in the highest degree.

Still other ways there were, for prelates, for widows, and for solitaries.

The front is deserted, and I improve the opportunity to talk to the solitaries.

They are not solitaries by choice, but necessity: and whoever sports with their destiny, betrays a cruel, if not a wicked mind.

This is the Gothic forest, the tree-cathedral, a fitting place for the miracles of Christianity and the devout walk of solitaries.

You have had exceptional opportunities for observation of the solitaries and the new men.

The example of these solitaries shows how retirement is favourable to penetrate into the sanctuary of the Muses.

Here he was joined by the hermit Widmar and other solitaries, who placed themselves under his direction.

This curious incident of two solitaries living together has a parallel in the romance of King Arthur.