Definition of aloneness in English:

aloneness

noun

  • See alone

    • ‘‘I was a single parent and the only thing that stopped me was the thought of leaving my little boy alone in the world,’ she says.’
    • ‘Existentialism is a 20th century philosophy that asserts the fundamental meaninglessness of life and our abject aloneness.’
    • ‘Suddenly, her aloneness, the dress, the expensive vanilla-scented perfume, the strange drinks and the unfriendly looks from across the bar make sense.’
    • ‘The name of Victoria gives you a clever, quick, analytical mind, but you suffer with a great deal of self-consciousness, lack of confidence, and much aloneness because of misunderstandings.’
    • ‘Both of the characters feel the terrible pain of aloneness and separateness felt also by both Linnet and Owl of the changeling stories.’
    • ‘I believe that what you do and what I do is very important in this country, because there are so many people who sit at home alone and don't recognize their sense of aloneness.’