alonest

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

alone +‎ -est

AdjectiveEdit

alonest (not comparable)

  1. (nonstandard) Most alone or isolated.
    • 1922, Elizabeth Frazer, The secret partner‎
      The alonest man on the face of the globe! I was stopping in a cheap lodging downtown, in a dreary, drab little cell of a bedroom...
    • 1967, Piri Thomas, Down these mean streets‎
      I was the alonest. I heard the walking of shoes and I looked in the direction of the noise. It was the counterman.
    • 2000, Gerald Nachman, Raised on Radio‎
      Crosby declined and, as Winchell walked away, he seemed to Crosby "the alonest man I ever did see."

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