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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsolitudesol‧i‧tude /ˈsɒlɪtjuːd $ ˈsɑːlɪtuːd/ noun [uncountable]  ALONEwhen you are alone, especially when this is what you enjoylonelinessin solitude Carl spent the morning in solitude. the solitude of her house on the lake
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solitudeHe spent his free time in solitude, reading or walking in the hills.Kitty stood against the back wall, stony, her face blotchy from tears wept in solitude.How strange to emerge from my solitude.I need solitude in order to paint my pictures.We have in prospect eight months of solitude, clinging to the edge of the world's coldest, remotest continent.Ella loved the quiet solitude of her weekends.It was the solitude growing around me, growing under me: this I couldn't take.Nor did he enjoy the mass, the open aggression of it, being so used to solitude, to hidden deceits.in solitudeThe President read his briefing material in solitude.
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