All Adverb
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  • As they entered the drawing-room alone together, she turned and looked at him. Cited from The Rocks of Valpre, by Ethel May Dell
  • In these months alone more than a million workers took part in mass strike action.
  • Historical circumstances alone reduce the window of opportunity only to within several hundred years.
  • As an only child though, he spent much time alone.
  • Left alone, it will grow as high as possible on the support, with few flowers.
  • Another group, including many, more, both, and most, can appear alone or followed by of.
  • They are not found alone in nature but when they began to associate is not known.
  • In its first twenty years alone, the book sold over a million copies worldwide.
  • However, it could still be that Earth is alone now.
  • These countries should be left alone unless your civilization is quite powerful.
  • In some countries, wealth alone is sufficient to allow entry into the upper class.
  • He stepped away and told her to leave him alone.
  • He is aware of the needs of the community; he does not live for himself alone.
  • Certain persons appear also to have acted alone and taken responsibility for certain roads.
  • This stand-alone feature was not a direct sequel to the original film.
  • But I've made a choice, so far, to go on this road alone.
  • Henry was left alone against France, unable to make peace.
  • He would later become best known for the Home Alone series of the early 1990s.
  • In the 20th century alone, there were several such events.
  • The order designated these areas for public use, but were intended for Jews alone.
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Meaning of alone

  • adverb Without anybody else or anything else
    the child stayed home alone, the pillar stood alone, supporting nothing, he flew solo