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- n. The state of being lonesome.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a disposition toward being alone.
- n. The condition of being alone; the feeling of sadness resulting from being alone.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being lonesome, in any sense of that word.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a disposition toward being alone
Her lonesomeness was a fertile swamp from which poltergeists of the past would rise and rot her mind.
Her little liking for Royall himself he has destroyed by making, in his "lonesomeness," a single false step toward her.
"It's a curious kind of lonesomeness; but, all right, I will."
'lonesomeness' that is looked upon as almost the worst of evils by the
On Friday, TMZ. com published a report claiming Crystal nearly quit the show two weeks ago after succumbing to lonesomeness for her young son back home in Ohio.
"Half of What We Know," featuring her breathy vocal over a weepy violin and persistent banjo, opens with "Your lonesomeness I know," words inspired by the song "Moonshiner."
The characters are crooked, almost scribbled, and they make the hand of the artist feel all the more present in the work, as if these were notes from the voyeur to the watched, a hand reaching out to people lost in moments of care and lonesomeness.
As Duke steered the convertible closer, he noted a faint air of lonesomeness.
I lay awake, clutching my covers, the feeling of lonesomeness eating at my gut.
He slowed down the melody, stripping it of the chipperness that Don Gibson used to contradict his lonesomeness.