(1) She knew Lowe as a man who was a ‘bit slow’ and a loner who had no friends.(2) I think he's a bit of a loner , and I think at the moment he has things exactly as he wishes.(3) I could see she had me down as a bit of a loner , even by her standards.(4) my interest in birdwatching had made me a bit of a loner(5) Her bubbly good will rises to the surface, however, and she's anything but an introverted loner .(6) I've always been a bit of a loner , and am not quite sure how to connect with others, even now.(7) Do they travel in packs or prefer to be loners ?(8) Writers are, of necessity, loners in their working methods: the activity is essentially a solitary pursuit, demanding periods of isolation.(9) The Net is turning people into loners who prefer a computer interface rather than the warmth of a smile from fellow human beings.(10) The most effective change insurgents aren't loners , mavericks, or revolutionaries.(11) Tyler, though, drifted into a group of loners and misfits who, if they had social events, did so beyond the school's compass.(12) I suppose it can be a lonely life but we're all loners and mavericks to some extent and I am happy by myself.(13) Critics say it's an invitation to loners and terrorists.(14) In contrast, users who like to stay at home or be alone do not preferentially associate with other loners .(15) They are usually solitary loners that look completely ordinary.(16) Students with Asperger syndrome frequently say they are the last to get picked for games and are seen as loners , making them more isolated and susceptible to bullying.