"to be a loner"Meaning:
a person who prefers to be alone and usually spends their time aloneSimilar Expressions
When do we use it?
- She is a loner.
- She is a lone wolf.
- She likes to be alone.
- She is not a people person.
We use this word to describe people who spend most of their time alone and prefer to be alone.It does not have a negative or positive meaning. It depends on how the speaker's opinion and how they say it.
How do we use it?
- Jake is a loner. He is so cool and mysterious.
- Why doesn't Carol come? She is such a loner. I think she is weird.
We use this after a "be verb" or any other way that we use a noun.
Example English Conversations
- Mike is a loner.
- He is such a loner.
- Being a loner doesn't mean you feel lonely.
A) Is Kathy a loner?
B) Kathy? Not at all. Kathy has many friends. She is very sociable.
A) I am worried about my son.
B) Why is that?
A) He is kind of a loner.
B) Maybe, that is just his style.
A) I was a loner when I was young.
B) Really? You? But you are so outgoing now?
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