unfriendedness love


from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality or state of being unfriended.


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  • One cannot but feel in that passion of helpless age and unfriendedness, something of the terrible disappointment of one to whom the real situation of affairs had never been revealed before; who had come home triumphant to reign like the doges of old, and, only after the ducal cap was on his head and the palace of the state had become his home, found out that the doge -- like the unconsidered plebeian -- had been reduced to bondage; his judgment and experience put aside in favor of the deliberations of a secret tribunal, and the very boys, when they were nobles, at liberty to jeer at his declining years.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 07


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