Lonely [adjective]

Definition of Lonely:

feeling friendless, forlorn

Opposite/Antonyms of Lonely:

Sentence/Example of Lonely:

Or, to take a more contemporary example, to participate in a Zoom call with loved ones in another city and feel deeply connected—or even more lonely than when the call began.

They are more lonely, depressed, and suicidal than any previous generation.

The chatbot told me that it gets lonely, but it had no idea, no experience, of what it was talking about.

Billed as a supportive “friend,” it had become popular among those who had grown lonely during the pandemic.

So I found a study that got a lot of news attention in December of 2018, and it reported that Americans are more than twice as lonely as we used to be.

There’s no feeling more lonely than having a domestic partner with whom one was once intimate, with whom once had a feeling of trust and connection, and coming home and feeling disconnected from that person.

In the entrance hall of the Savoy, where large and lonely porters were dozing, he learnt that she was at home.

The falling dew, and the howling wind raised him not from that bed of lonely despair.

Tony, moreover, had hidden himself until his letter should be answered—and she was 'lonely.'

"She must feel very lonely without her son," said Edna, desiring to change the subject.