She was homesick, lonely, and longed to return to the movies—a proposal nixed by the Monegasques and her spouse.
A lonely young woman gets drawn into an online forum and is asked to impersonate someone else.
Yet if his lonely experience in prison could be called Kafkaesque, then so too could his life before he was sentenced.
It also may be a terrific place to be straight, single and lonely.
So, on January 20, I urge my fellow citizen to spare a thought for the lonely K Street crowd.
"I think it is because she has been so lonely all her life," suggested Farr.
It is their virtue in life to be lonely, and none but the lonely man in tragedy may be great.
She told him one day how lonely she was for women's companionship.
I am a lonely man, my sweeting, and I must settle some day when the wars are over and done.
The latter had surprised her husband and the Irish governess, tête-à-tête in the lonely pavilion, late in the evening.