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Spell check of lonely

Correct spelling: lonely

Synonyms:
solemn, bleak, tenebrific, unwanted, plutonian, alone, exiled, wretched, confined, reclusive, friendless, near, uninhabited, forgotten, lorn, stark, unaccessible, sullen, hermitic, dreary, lone, darkening, ostracized, comfortless, unaccompanied, rejected, separated, Godforsaken, back, abandoned, deserted, solitary, tenebrous, apart, inaccessible, solo, forsaken, empty, bereft, miserable, dire, misanthropic, morose, chill, expatriated, outlying, blackballed, out-of-the-way, isolated, cheerless, cloistered, xenophobic, detached, elegiac, include, somber, withdrawn, gray, unfrequented, homesick, full, obscure, companionless, single, excluded, aloof, glum, funereal, dismal, outcast, murky, unsocial, morbid, dejected, dreich, sole, sunless, happy, alienated, desolate, anonymous, extirpated, depressive, depressing, desert, black, sequestered, unattended, bare, nonsocial, homeless, dark, remote, sepulchral, secluded, barren, segregated, Cimmerian, inhospitable, disconsolate, saturnine, cloudy, removed, lugubrious, forlorn, antisocial, only, insular, drear, cold, lonesome, maverick, banished, nongregarious, boycott.

Antonyms:
lighthearted, cordial, joyous, neighboring, coupled, sunshiny, attached, cheerful, lightsome, blithesome, elated, communicating, chaperoned, bright, connected, jocund, adjacent, attended, inhabited, buoyant, cheery, accompanied, contiguous, mirthful, comforting, escorted, hopeful, heartwarming, encouraging, jolly, linked, blithe, optimistic, social, friendly, cheering, joyful, next-door, festive, merry, adjoining.

Examples of usage:

1) How should it be lonely? - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

2) Her pleasure is to be where there 's fever and want,- in the lonely cabin, where the sick is lyin'! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) It was very lonely, but Charlotte did not mind it. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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