- the state of being or living alone; seclusion: to enjoy one's solitude.
- remoteness from habitations, as of a place; absence of human activity: the solitude of the mountains.
- a lonely, unfrequented place: a solitude in the mountains.
- While in-game socialization can be productive for some, others may prefer the solitude that comes with playing through a narrative game.
- She didn’t own a television, lived alone and stressed the importance of solitude.
- Services are limited, but you could argue that winter is the best time to visit Shenandoah if you like solitude.
- The true joy of fishing is using the rod as an excuse to spend time outdoors together as a family, especially now as we all seek fun and solitude in the outdoors.
- With all these out of reach, I discovered that I wasn’t such a solitude expert after all.
- Perhaps some of that solitude and bitterness found its way into Alec Leamas.
- The Dude is at his happiest when he has a few minutes of solitude and rest to get high and listen to whale sounds.
- Solitude activates the imagination, and invites introspection.
- Adam (Tom Hiddleston), the vampire composer, seeks solitude and people willing to trade him his blood fix.
- If you thought qualifications for being a hermit were a tendency toward solitude and dislike of civilization, think again.
- Was he really condemned to an eternal solitude because of the girl who had died so many years ago?
- Prud'hon, in humiliation and despair, lived in a solitude almost complete.
- He walked on, and thought of the rapt liberty of the soul in the sweet serenities of beautiful solitude.
- No, poor thing, I fear she has anxieties of her own just now, she seeks solitude a good deal.
- Then he would burst rudely into my solitude and while I sopped cold water over his injured members, he would blubber.