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Spell check of lonely

Correct spelling: lonely

solemn, bleak, tenebrific, unwanted, plutonian, alone, exiled, wretched, confined, reclusive, friendless, near, uninhabited, forgotten, lorn, stark, unaccessible, sullen, hermitic, dreary, lone, darkening, ostracized, comfortless, unaccompanied, rejected, separated, Godforsaken, back, abandoned, deserted, solitary, tenebrous, apart, inaccessible, solo, forsaken, empty, bereft, miserable, dire, misanthropic, morose, chill, expatriated, outlying, blackballed, out-of-the-way, isolated, cheerless, cloistered, xenophobic, detached, elegiac, include, somber, withdrawn, gray, unfrequented, homesick, full, obscure, companionless, single, excluded, aloof, glum, funereal, dismal, outcast, murky, unsocial, morbid, dejected, dreich, sole, sunless, happy, alienated, desolate, anonymous, extirpated, depressive, depressing, desert, black, sequestered, unattended, bare, nonsocial, homeless, dark, remote, sepulchral, secluded, barren, segregated, Cimmerian, inhospitable, disconsolate, saturnine, cloudy, removed, lugubrious, forlorn, antisocial, only, insular, drear, cold, lonesome, maverick, banished, nongregarious, boycott.

lighthearted, cordial, joyous, neighboring, coupled, sunshiny, attached, cheerful, lightsome, blithesome, elated, communicating, chaperoned, bright, connected, jocund, adjacent, attended, inhabited, buoyant, cheery, accompanied, contiguous, mirthful, comforting, escorted, hopeful, heartwarming, encouraging, jolly, linked, blithe, optimistic, social, friendly, cheering, joyful, next-door, festive, merry, adjoining.

Examples of usage:

1) How should it be lonely? - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

2) Her pleasure is to be where there 's fever and want,- in the lonely cabin, where the sick is lyin'! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) It was very lonely, but Charlotte did not mind it. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.