As he spoke he plucked a solitary gold-fish squirming and twisting out of its globe.
Once transferred to Karaj Prison, he spent an additional 15 days in solitary confinement.
Twain taught me that although the act of writing is solitary, the context that sustains it is social.
This was the cause for his arrest and nine months in solitary confinement in Cell Block 209 of Evin Prison in 2006.
A solitary voice rang out in the darkness, “Thank God Obama saved capitalism!”
The discovery of the solitary rider had made him suspicious.
In these solitary tours he was busy and happy, working and playing.
Tommy felt that if this solitary confinement went on much longer he would go mad.
Like a sentinel on that solitary plain it overwhelms me with a sense of mystery.
A Man while going through the fields along his solitary path, heard the word Hail!
mid-14c., "alone, living alone," from Old French solitaire, from Latin solitarius "alone, lonely, isolated," from solitas "loneliness, solitude," from solus "alone" (see sole (adj.)). Meaning "single, sole, only" is from 1742. Related: Solitarily; solitariness. As a noun from late 14c.; from 1854 as short for solitary confinement (that phrase recorded from 1817).