- being alone; without company or accompaniment; solitary; unaccompanied: a lone traveler.
- standing by itself or apart; isolated: a lone house in the valley.
- sole; single; only: That company constitutes our lone competitor in the field.
- without companionship; lonesome; lonely.
- unmarried or widowed.
- In the Terrapins’ dreadful performance Friday at Penn State, Ayala was the lone bright spot.
- Last week, the full Senate also voted to strip Chase of her lone committee assignment.
- Canadian Tire jumped in to sponsor the lone NWHL club in Canada this month, and the team has also attracted Cleveland Clinic Canada.
- Beal would have been the lone full-time starter available Friday.
- As they wound their way through the halls, one group found themselves face-to-face with a lone police officer.
- “During this trip, I did as a lone wolf, I risked a lot,” he said.
- Bratton was not ready to say that Brinsley was acting as part of a group or as anything but a lone monster.
- They double down on the plot device of a lone visionary opposed by conventional hierarchies.
- His lone stable was a girl from Newport News, Virginia, who had already escaped one nightmare.
- The incident still might have sparked trouble because that lone bullet proved fatal for a man who was black.
- "Oh, well, it's easy to lose track of a lone man in a country as big as this," he returned suavely.
- I wonder if that square-jawed devil has got a glimpse of us and is trying a lone-handed stalk himself?
- The lone pine on the stone cap of Gander Knob waved its farewell, and we clattered down the long slope into the great world.
- That he would camp near Lone Jack on the evening of the fifteenth, and wanted Thompson to join him thar.
- He was almost certain that he saw a black silk cape whipping out from the shoulders of the lone man in the car.