alonely

Related to alonely: lonely

alonely

(əˈləʊnlɪ)
adv
in a solitary, or lonely, manner
adj
only
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ALONELY hearts fraudster conned vulnerable women out of nearly PS200,000, a court has heard.
Almost 2years &21 surgeries later, family of the 12- year- old is waging alonely battle
According to Nevalainen (1991), the category had fourteen members at the beginning of the Early Modern English period: alone, alonely, barely, but, exclusively, just, merely, one, only, purely, singly, simply, solely and uniquely.
Alonely girl befriends Tinker Bell the fairy in this often pedestrian but occasionally magical kids' movie.
ALONELY farmhouse is available for rent and offers the chance for a movie-style retreat into the Northumberland wilderness.
In consideration whereof, me thinkes I haue good cause to wish, that lyke as other men, euen so the heroical wittes of Kinges and Princes, which for the most part are delited with heroicall stories, would carye about with them such monumentes of Martyrs as this is, and lay them alwaies in sight, not alonely to reade, but to follow, and would paint them vpon their walles, cuppes, ringes and gates.
Alonely comic-book fan begins to believe he really does have superhuman powers after agreeing to take part in a drugs trial.
He made her vow to get good at going it alone, "going alonely.
At the end of March, she disappeared and was found on April 2 at alonely spot on Dartmoor after setting herself a light.
Bihar MLA killer finds only mother by her side in alonely legal battle
TIN GR TINKER BELL AND THE GREAT FAIRY RESCUE Cert U, 76mins lBp Alonely girl befriends Tinker Bell the fairy in this often pedestrian but occasionally magical kids' movie.
ALONELY farmer's son who blew off seven of his own fingers after making bombs to cure his boredom was jailed for seven years yesterday.