lonelier lonelier


  1. (adj) lacking companions or companionship
  2. (adj) marked by dejection from being alone
  3. (adj) characterized by or preferring solitude
  4. (adj) devoid of creatures


  1. This midterm election is also turning out to be all about Bush, but it's a much lonelier experience for him.
  2. At some moments the job seems lonelier than usual.
  3. Continuing on south, the road grew lonelier and more ominous.


  • Diocesan youth workers to meet at Stronger Together

    Being a diocesan youth worker in the Anglican Church of Canada can be an isolating experience. "It's probably one of the lonelier jobs in the Canadian church just because you haven't got any close colleagues who are doing the same kind of thing that you're doing anywhere near you," says Judy Steers, General Synod coordinator for youth initiatives. Stronger Together gives diocesan youth workers ...
    on July 23, 2013     Source: Worldwide Faith News


  1. Asked if faith is necessary for a president, Clinton said: "It'd be a much lonelier job, a more uncertain job, and a person would have to have extraordinary ethical and moral fiber without it."
    on Aug 3, 2007 By: Bill Clinton Source: Forbes

  2. "It is fair to say that the halls of Vanity Fair will be lonelier without him and that, indeed, we will not see his like anytime soon, if ever again," said editor Graydon Carter in a tribute posted on the magazine's Web site.
    on Aug 27, 2009 By: Graydon Carter Source: CNN International

  3. "There's no lonelier place than being unsuccessful in the big leagues," Haren said. "When I looked for answers, I looked to him. He had success, he taught me a lot. I've never met (anyone in) baseball who understands the mental side of things...
    on Mar 7, 2007 By: Dan Haren Source: San Jose Mercury News

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