Synonyms & Antonyms : Solitary





Solitary



( Adjective )


The
solitary life that he lives now is the punishment for his mistake.

Synonyms:

Unfrequented

Uninhabited

Secluded

Lonely

Isolated

Sequestered

Deserted

Contextual Examples:

The palace, although well situated on the shore of this island, is
unfrequented as there are a few mysteries concerning its history.

Many parts of Canada are yet
uninhabited.

There are many
secluded parts even in northern Australia although it is very rich in natural resources.

Manoj has been feeling very
lonely since the death of his wife.

He has
isolated himself from many of his old friends to keep his sorrow to himself.



Antonyms:

Inhabited

Popular

Well frequented

Sociable

Contextual Examples:

This land is
inhabited by red Indians.

The President has become quite
popular since his last press conference.

This restaurant is now
well-frequented by military personnel.

The Chairman of this club is a very
sociable person.




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