Examples of loner in a Sentence
The killer was a loner with no friends.
that guy in tech support is a loner, and never wants to hang out with the rest of us
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Once again the humorless Swedes have chosen a writer of migraines for the Nobel Prize in literature, an author of twilight meditations on time and memory and mortality and cold toast by loners looking at bad wallpaper.
The private eyes, like the gangsters, were loners who trusted no one and had learned never to believe in anything.
Both films are derisive reenactments of real-life stories: the ice-skating scandal of 1994 involving figure skater Tonya Harding and the behind-the-scenes myths of the cult film The Room made by an enigmatic loner named Tommy Wiseau.
His narrators are loners, but they aren’t consumed by their fate.
Olson is a man possessed, a man whose curiosity is his tragic flaw, a man whose brain went to Harvard but whose heart never progressed past being nine years old and lied to, a lanky, loquacious loner with an ax to grind.
And, like Alec Guinness’s Obi-Wan Kenobi once did, Luke comes off as a brooding monastic loner.
Nestled in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, Ceres is a tiny loner, while Pluto — in the Kuiper Belt at the edge of the solar system — is nearly three times as big and hosts a handful of moons.
Most of Rhode’s callers are loners and misfits; watching them coalesce through the community forged by radio represents yet another unexplored, underdeveloped opportunity to make more of this show.
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