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  • I feel unwanted feel like leaving spreading lies can't help but feel lonelily you've damned me to hell once twice and again you're supposed to be my parents not just another person that hates me dead - alive

    godhatesu Diary Entry

  • We strolled on; and, in a few minutes, a cottage, with thatched roof, and standing lonelily at the base of one of the high mountains, by which we were surrounded, loomed through the grey tint of evening.

    A Yacht Voyage to Norway, Denmark, and Sweden 2nd edition

  • "Father, is your wife any better now?" stood out in her later recollection, alone and lonelily startling.

    This Freedom

  • No, Freydis: the boy that loved and deserted you is here, "-- he beat upon his breast, --" locked in, imprisoned while time lasts, dying very lonelily.

    Figures of Earth

  • And all the time, like an owl on his solitary perch, he had gazed out lonelily, while the other birds of day, too polite to mock him, had merely passed him by.

    Michael

  • Even that vanishes at last and we plunge forward lonelily on the heaving, dusky plain.

    In Seven Stages: A Flying Trip Around the World

  • For days and days Graham went his way lonelily to the cemetery.

    The Parisians — Volume 02

  • Educated at a provincial academy, he had been removed at the age of sixteen to Rochebriant, and lived there simply and lonelily enough, but still in a sort of feudal state, with an aunt, an elder and unmarried sister to his father.

    The Parisians — Volume 01

  • 6: 04 AM comments: lonelily said ... really? might be A for us as well.

    Or just keep going in circles.

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  • Never would I have known this was an actual word if not for Damien Rice.

    November 12, 2007