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This one was a knowin' one an, he knew he was lonely.
Eva wondered within herself what good the tiny Elves could do in this great place; but she soon learned, for the Fairy band went among the poor and friendless, bringing pleasant dreams to the sick and old, sweet, tender thoughts of love and gentleness to the young, strength to the weak, and patient cheerfulness to the poor and lonely.
He is much attached to her, no doubt, and would lead a lonely life without her, but it would seem the height of selfishness if he were to stand in the way of her making so brilliant a marriage.
He ate his food in his lonely little room and spent the evening with a book.
Besides, I am going to be much too happy ever to be lonely.
But how did the Rainbow's Daughter ever get on this lonely road, and become lost?
There was another--in which I was especially interested--that drew me back to the lonely shores of Greenwater Broad.
A lonely old couple, man and wife, had the keys and the charge of it.
In a lonely Highland village more than a hundred and fifty years ago there lived a little boy called James Macpherson.
A great and lonely spirit, perhaps, I do not know, I do not know," Arrellano said helplessly.
It gives me a horrible lonely, dazed, helpless feeling.
We are for the most part more lonely when we go abroad among men than when we stay in our chambers.