Solitude in a sentence

solitude;

[noun] A state of social isolation; The state or situation of being alone;

A desperate need for solitude and silence had brought Charity to Kings Meadow.

The walker climbs intriguing hill paths and finds solitude within the space of a few minutes.

I like to go to a cabin in the woods to enjoy solitude.

The misanthrope enjoys his solitude.

Severina lives in silence and solitude waiting for Massimo to return.

Working in self-imposed virtual solitude, he is visited by few.

He likes to spend some time in solitude every day.

Meditation in solitude is an important part of monastic training.

Farcosan was a good and kind person though liked his solitude and peace.

Now my wife and I have retreated to a small cabin in the solitude of these mountains.