adjective: Being without anyone or anything else; only.
adjective: Considered separately from all others of the same class.
adjective: Being without equal; unique.
adverb: Without others: sang alone while the choir listened.
adverb: Without help: carried the suitcases alone.
adverb: Exclusively; only: The burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
And then -- Ah, there is something terrible in being alone -- _alone_!
_Never less alone than when alone_ is a true maxim; but not for travelling; a pleasant companion adds a hundredfold to the pleasures of the journey, especially when the friendship is strong enough to stand the occasional strains on the temper which must occur along wild untrodden paths.
Thou art here alone, none knowing, and I-- I _alone_ can save thee.
Granting _alleyn_ to be rightly put for alone, no ancient writer, I apprehend, ever used such a phrase as this; any more than we should now say -- _my son alone_ for _my only son_.
We know that we must fight the battle of life and duty alone, we know that we bear our sorrows and bereavements alone, we know that alone we must die, and be judged, and yet, as Christians, we know that Jesus will never leave us, nor forsake us, that He is with us even unto the end of the world, and that when most solitary we are _alone with God_.