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Jim said goodnight and left, feeling sad and alone.
I felt completely alone in the world.
He is so severely disabled that he cannot manage alone.
Was the killer acting alone?
Kazakhstan alone had more than 100 different nationalities.
The team earned over a million pounds from television alone last year.
Miller was not alone in his opposition to the war.
Am I alone in thinking that Biggs could be wrong?
More women are going it alone in business.
I wish they'd just leave me alone.
You let Peter alone. He's not done anyone any harm.
This is the British English definition of alone. View American English definition of alone.
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