Solitary

Pagan who works and worships alone. One with no coven.

Solitary

• (n.) One who lives alone, or in solitude; an anchoret; a hermit; a recluse. • (a.) Not associated with others of the same kind. • (a.) Living or being by one`s self; having no companion present; being without associates; single; alone; lonely. • (a.) ot much visited or frequented remote from society; retired; lonely; as, a sol...
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solitary

<botany> Of flowers, borne singly, not grouped in an inflorescence. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Solitary

Sol'i·ta·ry adjective [ Latin solitarius , from solus alone: confer French solitaire . See Sole , adjective , and confer Solitaire .] 1. Living or being by one's self; having no companion present; being without associates; single; a...
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solitary

alone; one
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Solitary

an organism which lives alone
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Solitary

Borne singly or alone.
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Solitary

insects that do not display a divsion of labor and each individual is reproductive; non-social.
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solitary

lacking companions or companionship
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Solitary

Living alone or with only one other animal, usually a mate, not in colonies or groups.
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Solitary

Not growing as part of a cluster or group.
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Solitary

occuring singly
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Solitary

occuring singly
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Solitary

Occurring singly or in pairs, not in colonies.
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solitary

single and isolated from others
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solitary

single, of flowers that grow one plant per year, one in each axil, or widely separated on the plant; not grouped in an inflorescence.
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solitary

solitary 1. Done without the company of other people. 2. Preferring to be or live alone. 3. Existing as the only one of its kind. 4. In zoology, used to describe animals that live alone or in pairs rather than in colonies or social groups. 5. In botany, a reference to flowers that grow singly rather than as a cluster.
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solitary

usually used to describe flowers which are borne singly, and not grouped into an inflorescence
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