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Alone synonyms

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Being the only one; sole:
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  1. Being the only one; sole:
  2. Standing apart from others of its kind; isolated
  3. (Archaic) single; unmarried, or in widowhood
Existing or considered as an independent entity:
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  1. Existing or considered as an independent entity:
  2. Having undergone schism or estrangement from a parent body:
  3. Not associated or connected with others; having existence as an entity; distinct; individual
Characterized by little social contact:
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  1. Characterized by little social contact:
  2. Occasional or rare:
  3. Set apart; separate; solitary
Not married; having no spouse.
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  1. Not married; having no spouse.
  2. Having no husband or wife.
Sole; being the only one of a type.
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  1. Sole; being the only one of a type.
  2. Standing apart from others of its kind; isolated
  3. (Archaic) single; unmarried, or in widowhood
Having or causing a lonely feeling
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  1. Having or causing a lonely feeling
  2. Producing such dejection:
  3. Unhappy due to being alone; lonely
Consisting of one part, aspect, or section:
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  1. Consisting of one part, aspect, or section:
  2. Not divided; unbroken:
  3. Honest; undisguised:
Of place or time, unfrequented by people; desolate.
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  1. Of place or time, unfrequented by people; desolate.
  2. Of person, without companions; solitary.
  3. Standing apart from others of its kind; isolated
(Botany) Not associated with others of the same kind.
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  1. (Botany) Not associated with others of the same kind.
  2. Not inhabited or occupied; without signs of inhabitants or occupation; desolate; deserted; silent; still; hence, gloomy; dismal.
  3. Single; individual; sole.
Producing such dejection:
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  1. Producing such dejection:
  2. Having or causing a lonely feeling
  3. Unhappy due to being alone; lonely
Uninhabited:
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  1. Uninhabited:
  2. Abandoned
  3. No longer occupied or used; abandoned:
Without hope; desperate
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  1. Without hope; desperate
  2. Lonely and sad; unhappy and neglected
  3. Sad or lonely, especially from being deserted or abandoned:
(Old Poet.) Forsaken, forlorn, bereft, or desolate
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  1. (Old Poet.) Forsaken, forlorn, bereft, or desolate
  2. (Archaic) abandoned, lonely, forlorn
  3. (Obs.) Lost, ruined, or undone
Of or relating to an individual, especially a single human:
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  1. Of or relating to an individual, especially a single human:
  2. Existing as a single, separate thing or being; single; separate; particular
  3. Existing as a distinct entity; separate:
Abandoned; desolate; forlorn
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  1. Abandoned; desolate; forlorn
Left alone; lonely; solitary
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  1. Left alone; lonely; solitary
  2. Feeling, showing, causing, or expressing sadness or loneliness.
  3. Made uninhabitable; laid waste; in a ruinous state
Of a house: not joined to another house on either side.
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  1. Of a house: not joined to another house on either side.
  2. Standing apart from others; separate:
  3. Not connected; separate
Not accompanied
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  1. Not accompanied
  2. (Music) performed or scored without accompaniment; solo
  3. Going or acting without companions or a companion:
Given up; forsaken; deserted
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  1. Given up; forsaken; deserted
  2. (Geology) No longer being acted upon by the geologic forces that formed it.
  3. Self-abandoned, or given up to vice; immoral; extremely wicked, or sinning without restraint; irreclaimably wicked; as, an abandoned villain. [First attested from 1350 to 1470]
Cut off from the public view; hidden, intimate, etc.
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  1. Cut off from the public view; hidden, intimate, etc.
  2. Hidden, isolated, remote.
  3. Shut off or kept apart from others; isolated; withdrawn
Separated; not together
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  1. Separated; not together
  2. Set apart; isolated. Used after a noun or in the predicate:
Not having assistance; unaided.
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  1. Not having assistance; unaided.
  2. Not assisted; without assistance
  3. (Sports) Performed or accomplished by only one player; done without an assist:
Without the help, aid or assistance of someone or something
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  1. Without the help, aid or assistance of someone or something
  2. Carried out or functioning without aid or assistance:
Without help from others; unassisted.
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  1. Without help from others; unassisted.
  2. Without aid or assistance; alone.
  3. Using or requiring the use of only one hand
Consisting of one part, aspect, or section:
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  1. Consisting of one part, aspect, or section:
  2. Not divided; unbroken:
  3. Honest; undisguised:
Not joined, especially to surrounding tissue.
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  1. Not joined, especially to surrounding tissue.
  2. Not committed to or dependent on another person or group.
  3. Not connected with any particular group, institution, etc.; independent
Performing a solo
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  1. Performing a solo
  2. Made or done by a single individual.
  3. (Music) Composed, arranged for, or performed by a single voice or instrument.
That has no parallel, equal, or counterpart; unmatched
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  1. That has no parallel, equal, or counterpart; unmatched
  2. Having no parallel; without equal; lacking anything similar or worthy of comparison.
  3. Without parallel, equal, or match; unequaled.
  1. Lacking prior examples; unprecedented.
  2. Having no precedent, parallel, or similar case; unprecedented
  3. Without precedent; unparalleled:
Not equaled; unmatched; unrivaled; supreme
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  1. Not equaled; unmatched; unrivaled; supreme
  2. Not matched or paralleled by others of its kind; unrivaled.
  3. Unmatched, superlative, the best ever done, record setting.
Of place or time, unfrequented by people; desolate.
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  1. Of place or time, unfrequented by people; desolate.
  2. Of person, unhappy by feelings of loneliness.
  3. Without others of a similar kind; lone; solitary:
Happening, done, or made alone:
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  1. Happening, done, or made alone:
  2. Living or being by one's self; alone; having no companion present; being without associates.
  3. Single; individual; sole.
Not accompanied
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  1. Not accompanied
  2. Going or acting without companions or a companion:
  3. (Music) performed or scored without accompaniment; solo
Separated; not together
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  1. Separated; not together
  2. Set apart; isolated. Used after a noun or in the predicate:
Not connected; separate
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  1. Not connected; separate
  2. Of a house: not joined to another house on either side.
  3. Standing apart from others; separate:
Of or relating to someone or something that is set apart
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  1. Of or relating to someone or something that is set apart
  2. Separated from others:
Characterized by little social contact:
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  1. Characterized by little social contact:
  2. Occasional or rare:
  3. Set apart; separate; solitary
Being the only one; sole:
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  1. Being the only one; sole:
  2. Isolated or lonely; lacking companionship.
  3. Standing apart from others of its kind; isolated
Distant in space, time, or nature; remote.
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  1. Distant in space, time, or nature; remote.
  2. Separated in relationship by a given degree of descent:
  3. Of a different generation, older or younger
Happening, done, or made alone:
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  1. Happening, done, or made alone:
  2. Not inhabited or occupied; without signs of inhabitants or occupation; desolate; deserted; silent; still; hence, gloomy; dismal.
  3. Single and set apart from others:
Beyond comparison; unequaled; matchless
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  1. Beyond comparison; unequaled; matchless
  2. Being such that comparison is impossible; incommensurable.
  3. Having no common basis of comparison; incommensurable
Having no mate.
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  1. Having no mate.
  2. Having no match; without equal.
  3. Having no match or equal; unsurpassed:
Unequaled; unrivaled; peerless
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  1. Unequaled; unrivaled; peerless
  2. Having no equal; peerless:
Alone in a category.
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  1. Alone in a category.
  2. Most suitable of all; superior or excellent:
  3. Alone in its or their superiority; best; finest
Without equal; unrivaled
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  1. Without equal; unrivaled
  2. Being such as to have no match; incomparable.
  3. Without peer or equal; unparalleled, nonpareil. Of the highest quality, best.
Peculiar; strange; odd
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  1. Peculiar; strange; odd
  2. Being beyond what is ordinary, especially in being exceptionally good; remarkable:
  3. Strange or unusual:
Not equaled; unmatched; unrivaled; supreme
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  1. Not equaled; unmatched; unrivaled; supreme
  2. Not matched or paralleled by others of its kind; unrivaled.
  3. Unmatched, superlative, the best ever done, record setting.
Without precedent; unparalleled:
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  1. Without precedent; unparalleled:
  2. Lacking prior examples; unprecedented.
  3. Having no precedent, parallel, or similar case; unprecedented
(disputed) Unusual.
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  1. (disputed) Unusual.
  2. Remarkable; extraordinary:
  3. Characteristic only of a particular category or entity:
Not matched:
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  1. Not matched:
  2. Without equal or rival; peerless:
  3. (Of a pair of things) not matched; odd
That has no parallel, equal, or counterpart; unmatched
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  1. That has no parallel, equal, or counterpart; unmatched
  2. Having no parallel; without equal; lacking anything similar or worthy of comparison.
  3. Without parallel, equal, or match; unequaled.
Having no rival, equal, or competitor; matchless; peerless
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  1. Having no rival, equal, or competitor; matchless; peerless
  2. Beyond compare, far surpassing any other, unparalleled, without rival.

Synonym Study

  • Lonesome suggests a longing or yearning for companionship, often for a particular person the child is lonesome for her mother
  • Lonely conveys a heightened sense of solitude and gloom the lonely sentinel walks his post
  • Solitary and the more poetic lone convey the same sense but suggest more strongly the lack of companionship or association a solitary tree in the meadow a lone wanderer
  • Alone , unqualified, denotes the simple fact of being by oneself or itself
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