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Spell check of alone

Correct spelling: alone

solitary, unaccompanied, anonymous, bachelor, detached, simply, adrift, cordoned, boycott, secluded, spinsterish, sui generis, companionless, wholly, exiled, exclusively, singly, unsupported, pure, beyond, peerless, celibate, deported, old maid, extradited, unwed, confined, virginal, only when, closeted, save, alienated, incomparable, abstemious, only, eliminated, but, lorn, ignore, apart, disbarred, abstinent, lonely, isolate, unsocial, let alone, uncomparable, whole, except, removed, separate, unrivaled, sequestered, all, unmarried, extirpated, special, unaided, misanthropic, monastic, home alone, outcast, sole, abandoned, unequaled, exclusive, include, lone, banished, isolated, one, merely, blacklisted, unmatched, same, asexual, unplowed, single, altogether, neglect, estranged, stand alone, single-handed, forlorn, unexampled, unequalled, desolate, ostracized, one-off, intact, excepting, maverick, friendless, monkish, singular, unilateral, aloof, expatriated, excluding, nonpareil, xenophobic, just, hermitic, matchless, entirely, lonesome, unassisted, unique, blackballed, ejected, solely, completely, solo, unparalleled, separated, chaste, personally, totally, excommunicated, antisocial, maiden, cloistered, only if, deserted, ascetic, excluded, reclusive, individual, segregated, forsaken.

connected, divers, prevailing, contiguous, adjacent, perennial, inclusive, miscellaneous, motley, attended, chaperoned, neighboring, linked, myriad, accompanied, multifarious, heterogenous, comparable, assorted, repeated, next-door, escorted, adjoining, prevalent, patchwork, varied, coupled, promiscuous, social, communicating, attached, recurrent, mixed, manifold, popular, rampant.

Examples of usage:

1) Yes, father,- but I want to go in alone. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) And he's alone, too? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) But how- leave you here all alone? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.