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Definition of Lonesomely
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Literary usage of Lonesomely
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1. Songs by the Sedges by Ellen Brainerd Peck (1905)
"In the garden that stretches down to the sea, To the whispering sedge At the water's edge, Where the wind creeps lonesomely. One big red rose In the garden ..."
2. Women of the South Distinguished in Literature by Mary Forrest (1866)
"... —lonesomely; At the window's height alway, She waves a scarf of colors gay, And in the distance, grim and grey, She seeth haunted ..."
3. Women of the South Distinguished in Literature by Julia Deane Freeman (1866)
"... Where doth dwell a lady fair With violet eyes and golden hair, lonesomely—lonesomely; At the window's height alway, She waves a scarf of colors gay, ..."
4. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1890)
"Away up overhead, among the pine-tops, a few large stars glimmered lonesomely. How far away seemed the world of my friends on whom these same stars were ..."