Noun(1) any activity that is performed alone without assistance(2) a musical composition for one voice or instrument (with or without accompaniment(3) a flight in which the aircraft pilot is unaccompanied
Verb(1) fly alone, without a co-pilot or passengers(2) perform a piece written for a single instrument
Adjective(1) composed or performed by a single voice or instrument
Adverb(1) without anybody else or anything else
(1) The Navy said we should solo after eight hours of dual.(2) Then there is the weird idea of having the entire corps lightly but sappily wave their hands in time to the music when anyone dances a solo .(3) When you finally reached the level of flying the plane solo , the satisfaction was incredible.(4) The solo acoustic worked wonders for him, as he seemed to enjoy doing magic tricks on his guitar.(5) Is it possible to turn a paraglider pilot into an ATOS pilot in thirteen flights, and on their fourth solo ?(6) The ex-punk, classically outlandish Clark gave Trevitt a superb solo to music of Erik Satie, titled Satie Stud.(7) He had become the youngest person to complete a solo transatlantic crossing at 12.50 GMT on Sunday when he was still 15.(8) Then followed skit, vocal solo, instrumental solo , group dance and group music competitions.(9) Is the work as satisfying as your more personal, solo artistic projects?(10) On Dec. 30, 1982, I was ready for my final flight of the year: the navigation solo .(11) And last week he added to his wacky resume by becoming the first man to fly an aircraft solo around the world without stopping or refueling.(12) His latest solo piano album was nominated for five Grammy Awards, and the festival will feature some of the work for which he is best known.(13) When she went solo she changed her name to Deborah, but found the fans only wanted Blondie.(14) Lifar's retelling of the Icarus myth is essentially a solo danced against the choral movement of a group.(15) I don't recommend using a PC simulator until after you solo .(16) He'll pilot the sub solo - to depths where humans aren't meant to go.
(1) solo flight :: solovlug
(2) solo dance :: solodans
(3) vocal solo :: vokale solo
1. unaccompanied ::
2. single-handed ::
3. companionless ::
4. unescorted ::
5. unattended ::
6. unchaperoned ::
7. independent ::
8. solitary ::
9. alone ::
10. on one's own ::
op 'n mens se eie
11. by oneself ::
12. unaccompanied ::
13. alone ::
14. on one's own ::
op 'n mens se eie
16. by oneself ::
17. unescorted ::
18. unattended ::
19. unchaperoned ::
20. unaided ::
22. stag ::
solo, soloed, soloing, soloist, soloists, solos
Word Example from TV Shows
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Okay? You're talking me,
SOLO, busting hump
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 5
You know, maybe I should go SOLO.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 10
Did Han Solo let Luke Skywalker freeze
to death on the ice planet of Hoth?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 23
It's interesting but isn't ventriloquism
by definition a SOLO activity?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 13
I'm a falcon who hunts better SOLO.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 20
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