being alone; without company or accompaniment; solitary; unaccompanied:
a lone traveler.
standing by itself or apart; isolated:
a lone house in the valley.
sole; single; only:
That company constitutes our lone competitor in the field.
without companionship; ; .
unmarried or widowed.
single or isolated: a lone house
a literary word for lonely
unmarried or widowed
late 14c., “having no companion, solitary,” shortening of alone (q.v.) by weakening of stress or else by misdivision of what is properly all one. The Lone Star in reference to “Texas” is first recorded 1843, from its flag. Lone wolf in the figurative sense is 1909, American English.
noun 1. Texas (used as a nickname).
noun, Informal. 1. a person who prefers to live, act, or work alone or independent of others. noun 1. a person who prefers to be alone A person who prefers to do without the company or assistance of others. For example, Her nursery school teacher described Beth as a lone wolf, an assessment her parents […]
[lawng, long] /lɔŋ, lɒŋ/ adjective, longer [lawng-ger, long-] /ˈlɔŋ gər, ˈlɒŋ-/ (Show IPA), longest [lawng-gist, long-] /ˈlɔŋ gɪst, ˈlɒŋ-/ (Show IPA) 1. having considerable linear extent in space: a long distance; a long handle. 2. having considerable duration in time: a long conversation; a long while. 3. extending, lasting, or totaling a number of specified […]
[long-guh, lawng-] /ˈlɒŋ gə, ˈlɔŋ-/ noun, Music. 1. the second longest note in medieval mensural notation. [ahrs lohng-gah wee-tah bre-wis; English ahrz lawng-guh vahy-tuh bree-vis, brev-is, vee-tuh, ahrs] /ɑrs ˈloʊŋ gɑ ˈwi tɑ ˈbrɛ wɪs; English ɑrz ˈlɔŋ gə ˈvaɪ tə ˈbri vɪs, ˈbrɛv ɪs, ˈvi tə, ɑrs/ Latin. 1. art is long, life is […]