Wretched or pitiful in appearance or condition:
Dejected because of a lack of companionship.
By oneself; alone; solitary
Having nothing inside or on the surface; holding or containing nothing:
Shut off or kept apart from others; isolated; withdrawn
Of a younger or older generation
(Not comparable) Not current.
Far from centers of human population:
The definition of reclusive is someone who keeps to himself and who avoids other people.
Without others; single; only
Relatively distant or remote from a center or middle:
Consisting of one part, aspect, or section:
Separated; not together
Far off in (past or future) time
Abandoned; desolate; forlorn
Unaccompanied (by or with)
Having or showing a lack of desire for the company of others.
The definition of disconsolate is someone who cannot be comforted, or is a place or thing that offers no comforts.
Remote or difficult to get to; isolated:
The definition of homeless is not having a place to live or sleep.
Suggestive of the isolated life of an island:
Having no residents; not inhabited.
Interacting with other people and living in communities:
Having little or no space between elements or parts; tight and compact:
Having inhabitants; lived in:
Associated is someone whose rank is inferior.
The definition of sociable is someone or a group of people who are friendly, welcoming and ready for activities.
feeling friendless, forlorn
(Of a language) Spoken by a large number of people.
The definition of isolated is a person who is alone and who has minimal contact with others, or a place that is remote and far away from other people.
The definition of homesick is missing your family and the place you came from.
(Dated) Next to the driver, when he is on foot; (US) on the left of an animal or a team.
Complete in every particular:
Lacking the company of others
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