Definitions for Alone
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Alone.
isolated from others
"could be alone in a crowded room"; "was alone with her thoughts"; "I want to be alone"
alone(p), lone(a), lonely(a), solitaryadjective
lacking companions or companionship
"he was alone when we met him"; "she is alone much of the time"; "the lone skier on the mountain"; "a lonely fisherman stood on a tuft of gravel"; "a lonely soul"; "a solitary traveler"
exclusive of anyone or anything else
"she alone believed him"; "cannot live by bread alone"; "I'll have this car and this car only"
alone(p), unique, unequaled, unequalled, unparalleledadverb
radically distinctive and without equal
"he is alone in the field of microbiology"; "this theory is altogether alone in its penetration of the problem"; "Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint"; "craftsmen whose skill is unequaled"; "unparalleled athletic ability"; "a breakdown of law unparalleled in our history"
entirely, exclusively, solely, alone, onlyadverb
without any others being included or involved
"was entirely to blame"; "a school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children"; "he works for Mr. Smith exclusively"; "did it solely for money"; "the burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone"; "a privilege granted only to him"
alone, solo, unaccompaniedadverb
without anybody else or anything else
"the child stayed home alone"; "the pillar stood alone, supporting nothing"; "he flew solo"
By one's self; apart from, or exclusive of, others; solo
She walked home alone.
Without outside help.
The job was to hard for me to do alone.
The responsibility is theirs alone.
By one's self, solitary.
I can't ask for help because I am alone.
Apart from, or exclusive of, others.
Etymology: From al one, contracted from the phrase eall ana, equivalent to. Cognate with allane. Compare also allinne, alleen, allein, alene. More at all, one.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: alleen, Dutch; from al and een, or one, that is, single.
The quarrel toucheth none but us alone;
Betwixt ourselves let us decide it then. William Shakespeare, Henry VI.
If by a mortal hand my father’s throne
Could be defended, ’twas by mine alone. John Dryden, Æneid ii.
God, by whose alone power and conservation, we all live, and move, and have our being. Richard Bentley.
Eagles we see fly alone, and they are but sheep which always herd together. Philip Sidney, b. i.
Alone, for other creature in this place
Living, or lifeless, to be found was none. Paradise Lost.
I never durst in darkness be alone. John Dryden, Ind. Emp.
Let us alone to guard Corioli,
If they set down before’s; ’fore they remove,
Bring up your army. William Shakespeare, Coriolanus.
Let you alone, cunning artificer;
See how his gorget peers above his gown,
To tell the people in what danger he was. Ben Jonson, Catil.
His client stole it, but he had better have let it alone; for he lost his cause by his jest. Joseph Addison, Spectator, №. 408.
quite by one's self; apart from, or exclusive of, others; single; solitary; -- applied to a person or thing
of or by itself; by themselves; without any thing more or any one else; without a sharer; only
sole; only; exclusive
hence; Unique; rare; matchless
solely; simply; exclusively
Etymology: [All + one. OE. al one all allone, AS. n one, alone. See All, One, Lone.]
"Alone" is a song composed by Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly. It first appeared on via Steinberg and Kelly's pet project, 1983's I-Ten, Taking a Cold Look. It was later recorded by John Stamos in his role as Gino Minelli, on the original soundtrack of the CBS sitcom Dreams in 1984. American rock band Heart made it a number one US and Canadian hit in 1987. Twenty years later, Céline Dion recorded it for her album Taking Chances.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
al-ōn′, adj. single: solitary: alone of its kind: of itself, or by themselves.—adv. singly, by one's self only.—n. Alone′ness [All and One.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'Alone' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1366
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Alone' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2178
Rank popularity for the word 'Alone' in Adverbs Frequency: #127
Rank popularity for the word 'Alone' in Adjectives Frequency: #249
The numerical value of Alone in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Alone in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
I never did anything alone. Whatever was accomplished in this country was accomplished collectively.
When I go on the road and I'm in Dubai or Adelaide, there's nobody else to drive carpool, handle ice-skating or a temper tantrum. There's nobody else to handle the bills, she has to do it all alone.
I never knew being alone could be so delightful, i’m rich because I have family and friends living all around me. My sister is on one side. My nephew is on the other. One of my dearest friends just moved one block away. We don’t have to have a man, to be happy – not that you couldn’t be with a man – but I’m just happy.
Above the sky, everything is beautiful, but alone. (Au-dessus du ciel, Tout est beau, mais seul)
As one of the world's largest physical networks, it is our responsibility to help lead the way and set the global example for people and corporations on how we should take care of each other and of our planet, partly due to technology and partly due to the times we live in, the world has never felt smaller and yet more people than ever are sharing that they feel alone.
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- مفرد, وحيد, وحد, منفردArabic
- единствено, самостоятелен, сам, самоBulgarian
- sol, únic, només, tot solCatalan, Valencian
- nur, einsam, ausschließlich, allein, selbstGerman
- μόνος, μόνη, μόνοGreek
- üksinda, üksi, ainult, iseEstonian
- تنها, تنهاییPersian
- taudua, duaduaFijian
- ina n-aonarIrish
- solo, da soloItalian
- 一人, 単独, 単独でJapanese
- მარტო, მხოლოდ, მარტომ, დაუხმარებლადGeorgian
- solus, solumLatin
- elengLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- bare, alene, kunNorwegian
- samodzielnie, samotniePolish
- sozinho, sóPortuguese
- sapa, payllaQuechua
- sulet, persul, parsulRomansh
- оди́н, самостоя́тельно, то́лько, одино́кий, в одино́чку, сам, [[без]] [[постороннийRussian
- solu, souSardinian
- sam, са̑м, samo, sami, samaSerbo-Croatian
- ensam, allena, enbart, endast, bara, självSwedish
- tek başınaTurkish
- сам, оди́нUkrainian
- chỉ, một mình, thôiVietnamese
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