Coined by Damien Rice
But I lonelily loomed her into my bone.
Inflected forms: loneÃÂ·liÃÂ·er, loneÃÂ·liÃÂ·est 1. a. Without companions; lone. b. Characterized by aloneness; solitary. 2. Unfrequented by people; desolate: a lonely crossroads. 3. a. Dejected by the awareness of being alone. See Synonyms at alone. b. Producing such dejection: the loneliest night of the week.
lone’liÃÂ·ly adv.lone’liÃÂ·ness n.
“I gave me away
I could have knocked off the evening
But I was lonelily looking for someone to hold
In a way I lost all I believed in
And I never found myself so low”