Lonesome [adjective]

Definition of Lonesome:

forlorn, friendless

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Sentence/Example of Lonesome:

But there was nothing in the trough to eat, as yet, and the box seemed quite lonesome, for Squinty was all alone.

The little comical pig was rather lonesome after Slicko had left him, but he was no longer hungry, thanks to the acorns.

The sequestered spot, a seat beneath a plane tree, with a lonesome arc-lamp shining full upon it, was occupied.

I would not like to live in such a lonesome place, and old Rushmere, the only man on the premises of a night.

But after a while everything seemed still, and Fleetfoot began to feel lonesome.

Miss Hatchard reasoned with her kindly, but to no purpose; she simply repeated: "I guess Mr. Royall's too lonesome."

He never gets lonesome; for he has so much to do and so much to think about, that he has no time to be lonesome.

I seldom sleep here myself, preferring more congenial and less lonesome sleeping accommodations.

If you think it ain't dismal and lonesome out in a fog that way by yourself in the night, you try it once—you'll see.

It had no deeper meaning than to give a companion to the spirit in its long and lonesome journey to the far off land of shades.