companionless


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Both the mother and the daughter are left companionless but they still invent some means to face their agonizing loneliness.
that you should not have suspected years ago--centuries, ages, eons ago!--for you have existed, companionless, through all the eternities.
A piece of the water clover is now restricted to a medium-sized, hole-free, glazed pot and it will remain - companionless.
But when Tonto is confronted with the combative forces of the world--forces that remind him so much of himself--the Lone Ranger is left companionless, girded only with the faith that his cause is just.
That there is no God & no universe; that there is only empty space, & in it a lost & homeless & and wandering & companionless & and indestructible thought.
He is never alone, never companionless, for God is within reach of his heart.
From the grocery shopping to the pre-season scouting, setting up blinds and gutting the animal, it is all done companionless. I even take the grip-and-grin photos on my own with the help of a compact tripod and a remote control.