It's despit lonesome
, and we might lose our way,--whar we'd come to, de Lord only knows.
It's pretty lonesome
, Sandy; I reckon there's a hitch somewheres.
said she, "it fair troubles me to go into yond' room now: it looks so lonesome
wi' the chair empty and set back in a corner.
It were but lonesome
then," said Joe, "living here alone, and I got acquainted with your sister.
The wide, wide sea looked terribly big and lonesome
in the moonlight; and he began to wonder if they would lose their way when they passed out of sight of land.
The old, black hag shook with appreciative laughter, disclosing an occasional and lonesome
A weary and lonesome
time yonder old couple have of it," remarked the old woman, smiling in the lady's face.
In his old age, too, God took away his eyesight; so that his royal palace was nothing to him but a dark, lonesome
The skies they were ashen and sober; The leaves they were crisped and sere -- The leaves they were withering and sere; It was night in the lonesome
October Of my most immemorial year: It was hard by the dim lake of Auber, In the misty mid region of Weir: -- It was down by the dank tarn of Auber, In the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir.
There were fewer houses and fewer fruit trees, and the farther they went the more dismal and lonesome
the country became.
I hoped I'd never have to sleep in this here geological garden another night and listen to all them lonesome
noises that come out of that jumble after dark.
I don't remember it, because ever since I could remember anything we've lived right here in this lonesome
, round house, with a little garden back of it and the thick woods all around.
An' you'll be a bit o' company for me too, Miss,' said she; 'I like as I feel lonesome
without my cat.
I'll be so lonesome
when you go," moaned Diana for the hundredth time.
It's been splendid and exciting, and everything went off well," sighed Cecily, "but, oh dear, it's going to be so queer and lonesome
without Aunt Olivia.