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1. Time orbit we just one solitude of the subway.
2. He who has tasted the sweetness of solitude and tranquility becomes free from fear and free from sin.
3. Loving you is price of solitude.
4. After months of solitude at sea it felt strange to be in company.
5. ime orbit we just one solitude of the subway.
6. She longed for peace and solitude.Sentencedict
7. Cuthbert led an austere life of prayer and solitude.
8. She enjoys the solitude of her own flat.
9. Solitude was no excuse for sloppiness.
10. Carl spent the morning in solitude.
11. The song is a paean to solitude and independence.
12. That week was an eternity of solitude and boredom.
13. He shut himself away to pray in solitude.
14. The night regressed into utter silence and solitude.
15. He enjoyed his moments of solitude before the pressures of the day began.
16. He lived out his life in solitude.
17. I returned to the solitude of my room.
18. Ella loved the quiet solitude of her weekends.
19. The solitude and the almost palpable darkness combined to create the feeling that they'd been draped in a blanket.
20. To break out of its solitude, it has had to make frequent and conscious efforts.
21. A writer needs solitude yet not too much of it.
22. He spent his free time in solitude, reading or walking in the hills.
23. She enjoyed a few moments of peace in the solitude of the garden.
24. She temporarily lost her balance during the long months of solitude.
25. It provides one with a chance to reflect on spiritual matters in solitude.
26. People need a chance to re-flect on spiritual matters in solitude.
27. A woman like myself is often alone with her solitude.
28. Back home, Alvin felt worn out and hungry for the solitude that had once fed him.
29. Now he was happy enough to let Rickards impose on his solitude to use him as a sounding board.
30. I find it wise to let people know that I am writing, that I need solitude.
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