Thesaurus / solo


If you’re not camping solo, you can also take advantage of a camping partner to keep you both warm.
This year, dumpling-making might be more of a solo activity in my kitchen, but I take comfort in knowing that as I wrap my dumplings, home cooks around the world are doing the same as they prepare for the Lunar New Year.
Not only does it help improve reflex, balance, and hand-eye coordination, it’s a game that can be played socially or solo.
I agree with this so strongly that I’m doing the race solo, skinning up and then down Sunlight Mountain as many times as I can in 24 hours.
Jordan prepares a bit differently these days for solo travel with her son, now 5, and 2-year-old daughter by carrying passports, birth certificates and a letter of consent from her spouse.
On one of my first solo outings to Manhattan, I made my way straight to Caracas.
GM says that this concept could hit speeds of 56 mph, and fly autonomously, so the solo passenger inside would be free to stare out the window or, more likely, at their phone.
Any star tandem that includes Irving has the potential to turn into a lonely solo act, and that possibility had to weigh on Sean Marks, the Brooklyn general manager.
A crowded flight or a train ride, then, would likely carry more risks than a solo road trip.
This year, it seems easier than ever before to find a vegan meal option, a solo dinner, and global takes on the holiday feast.


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