Synonyms of alone in English:

alone


See US English definition of alone

See UK English definition of alone

See Spanish definition of solo

adjective

1‘she was alone in the house’

SYNONYMS
all alone, solo, lone, solitary, single
unescorted, unattended, unchaperoned, partnerless, companionless
solus
ANTONYMS

accompanied

2‘you are not alone in this fight for decent healthcare’

SYNONYMS
unaided, unassisted, solo, all alone

3‘she felt terribly alone’

SYNONYMS
lonely, isolated, solitary, deserted, abandoned, forsaken, forlorn, friendless, desolate
ANTONYMS

loved, wanted


adverb

1‘he lived alone’

SYNONYMS
by oneself, on one's own, solo, singly
without an escort
solus
British informal on one's tod, on one's lonesome, on one's jack, on one's Jack Jones
Australian, New Zealand informal on one's pat, on one's Pat Malone
ANTONYMS

in company

2‘he managed alone’

SYNONYMS
without help, without assistance, by one's own efforts, under one's own steam, independently, single-handedly, solo, on one's own, all alone, off one's own bat, on one's own initiative
ANTONYMS

with help

3‘you alone can inspire me’

SYNONYMS
only, solely, just, uniquely, exclusively
and no one else, and nothing else, to the exclusion of everyone else, to the exclusion of everything else, no one but, nothing but

4‘a house standing alone’

SYNONYMS
apart, by itself, by oneself, to one side
ANTONYMS

among others