no-mates

no-mates

adj
slang (used postpositively after a name) designating a person with no friends: Norman No-Mates.
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I was Billy no-mates. I got a little bit depressed."
By jettisoning a pivotal alliance, Britain no-mates is seriously weakening its capacity to manage these looming threats.
Instead the seabird, also known as "no-mates Nigel", spent years living among a colony of fake concrete birds set up by conservationists in a bid to attract wildlife.
Tracey Crouch's brief as something called Minister of Loneliness will doubtless include a few photo opportunities with an assortment of Billy No-Mates.
Will his bumbling assistant Billy No-Mates keep his job in pest control?
"Instead they've been sticking the knife in, painting her as some kind of no-mates in the band that they'd all be better off without.
Billy No-mates? Struggling for conversation in company?
SPECIAL DAY FOR A WORK OUT I must be getting old, or just plain boring, or even just a nobby no-mates because I went to the gym on Christmas morning, and New Year's Eve!
I'm Billy No-Mates actually but I speak to the players and it is not a question of them wanting to go anywhere.
A market called Billy No-Mates pertains to players only called upon in the final day's singles.
"We called him Billy after Billy No-Mates because he seemed solitary when we got him," said Ann.
With potential fights on the horizon against some of his best friends in boxing, Macklin doesn't care if he becomes Billy No-Mates, as long as he straps a belt round his waist.