- alone + -ness (Wiktionary)
“You should not be without a greeting from me at Christmastime, when in the midst of the festivities your feeling of aloneness is apt to weigh more heavily upon you.”
“Recognizing this aloneness is essential for togetherness.”
“It was a different kind of aloneness than the kind he had faced in the City, where he'd been surrounded by people every waking moment, and his constant quest had been for privacy.”
“Okay, so the first night I got hives all over my body - I think the enormity of my "aloneness" hit me about one a.m. - but after that it was wonderful.”
“But in many people's eyes, loneliness is synonymous with "aloneness" and therefore elicits an almost audible "aww.”
“The feeling/experience of 'aloneness' and 'never quite fitting'...”
“Yes, there is a certain amount of alone-ness because of our uniqueness, but it's not the same kind of aloneness as among ableds--there's no exclusion of anyone.”
“Will you allow me to walk beside you, to comfort and protect you, as you face your "aloneness"?”
“All through Katie's growing years she had worked hard at making sure that Katie never became distanced from her peers or from other adults, or suffered the kind of aloneness and isolation which she had suffered as a child.”
“For a while I wasn't; and now she is; she is down in the aloneness which is eternal.”
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