friendless friendless


  • (adj) excluded from a society


  1. Ne Win, the man who brought Burma back from the brink of disintegration only to preside over its ruin, died friendless, though history will hardly forget him.
  2. O'Neal's tendency to play golf by himself has been held up time and again as a sign of a disconnected and friendless manager who would eventually have been undone anyway.


  • Kevin Hart and Josh Gad: The Next Great Comedy Duo?

    Hollywood is always looking for the next great comedy team that can sell jokes and tickets with their on-camera chemistry alone. Can Kevin Hart and Josh Gad be that duo? We will soon see in a currently untitled comedy wherein a friendless, awkward groom hires a charismatic best man to help ... More »
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Vulture


  1. "General Than Shwe and his deputies are a friendless regime. They should step aside to make way for a unified Burma (Myanmar) governed by legitimate leaders," Bush wrote. "Today, people everywhere know about the regime's atrocities. They are...
    on Oct 10, 2007 By: Laura Bush Source: Khaleej Times

  2. Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull says the scheme is "literally completely friendless" apart from the support of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Climate Change Minister Penny Wong.
    on Mar 15, 2009 By: Malcolm Turnbull Source:

  3. ...Labour Party are also planning a memorial service in honour of Cook later this year At the ceremony, West Lothian Provost Joe Thomas led tributes to the Cook, saying: "He was a friend of the friendless, the supporter of the needy, the...
    on Sep 18, 2005 By: Robin Cook Source: Glasgow Daily Record

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