Definition of Solitariness

1. Noun. The state of being alone in solitary isolation.

Exact synonyms: Loneliness
Generic synonyms: Isolation
Derivative terms: Lonely, Solitary, Solitary



2. Noun. A disposition toward being alone.
Exact synonyms: Aloneness, Loneliness, Lonesomeness
Specialized synonyms: Friendlessness, Reclusiveness
Generic synonyms: Disposition, Temperament
Derivative terms: Alone, Alone, Lonely, Lonesome, Solitary

Definition of Solitariness

1. n. Condition of being solitary.

Definition of Solitariness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being solitary. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Solitariness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solitariness

solipsisms
solipsist
solipsistic
solipsistically
solipsists
soliquid
soliquids
solisequious
solitaire
solitaires
solitarian
solitarians
solitaries
solitariety
solitarily
solitariness (current term)
solitarinesses
solitarious
solitariously
solitary
solitary(a)
solitary bone cyst
solitary bundle
solitary confinement
solitary fasciculus
solitary fibrous tumour
solitary follicles
solitary foramen
solitary glands

Literary usage of Solitariness

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1. Journal of an Exploring Tour Beyond the Rocky Mountains: Under the Direction by Samuel Parker (1838)
"... gospel—ornithology—Nootka humming bird—number and location of the Indians in the lower country—Indians of the north—the agitated question—solitariness. ..."

2. A Survey of English Literature 1780-1880 by Oliver Elton (1920)
"WS Landor: his ' solitariness '; divisions of his career,-,-,-. V. Landor: Poems of; ... solitariness ..."

3. Sermons by John Caird (1885)
"Even a mere human being cannot rise pre-eminently above the level of his fellow-men, without becoming conscious of a certain solitariness of spirit ..."

4. English Prose (1137-1890) by John Matthews Manly (1909)
"But what moved him to this strange solitariness hath been imparted, as I think, but to one person living. Myself can conjecture, and indeed more than ..."

5. Resolves, Divine, Moral, Political by Owen Felltham (1832)
"OF solitariness AND COMPANIONSHIP. THE bat and the owl are both recluses ; jet they are not counted in the number of the wisest birds. ..."

6. Resolves, Divine, Moral, Political by Owen Felltham (1832)
"OF solitariness AND COMPANIONSHIP. THE bat and the owl are both recluses ; yet they are not counted in the number of the wisest birds. ..."

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