[ UK /fɹˈɛndləs/ ]
  1. excluded from a society
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How To Use friendless In A Sentence

  • As British consul he was not only friendless now but surrounded by murmurs of hostility. The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy
  • She has always been strange and fairly friendless and she paints very depressing paintings. Times, Sunday Times
  • If she is friendless and penniless, it is through my fault. A Little Princess
  • Callum, recently arrived in Glasgow, is jobless, homeless, friendless, and suffering from culture shock.
  • Yet, in spite of his wealth and success, he died isolated and friendless, feeding on fantasy and drugs.
  • Like lots of people, I occasionally feel friendless and insecure, and this experience showed me how much my friends really value me.
  • But yet my heart misgives me, because of the difficulties before me, in escaping; and being so poor and so friendless! — Pamela
  • The boy was unhappy because he thought he was friendless.
  • Longtime Beck-watchers said he has always made references to his faith journey, his conversion from Catholicism to Mormonism, his crediting God with saving him from drug and alcohol abuse, professional obscurity and "friendlessness. Glenn Beck may be unlikely leader for conservative Christians
  • She had been farm-servant to my mother's brother -- James Hepburn, thy great-uncle as was; she were a poor, friendless wench, a parish 'prentice, but honest and gaum-like, till Sylvia's Lovers — Volume 2
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