Idiom: a lone voice in the wilderness
Idiom: a (lone) voice (crying) in the wilderness
- someone who says something that’s not popular
- someone whose opinions or suggestions are ignored
- At the management meeting, my suggestion to give everyone a small bonus was a lone voice in the wilderness.
- In class, I always feel like a lone voice in the wilderness because of my liberal opinions.
- Until my coworker arrived, I was a voice crying in the wilderness to reduce our office's wasteful paper and toner usage.
- I admire you for persevering as a lone voice crying in the wilderness about voter registration rights.
- Sometimes I feel like a lone voice crying in the wilderness about getting better working conditions.
- It takes bravery to be a voice in the wilderness.
- Before the recent "Me too" movement, I was a lone voice crying in the wilderness about sexual harassment in the workplace.
- I got tired of being a lone voice in the wilderness and finally accepted I would have to get another job because no one was going to listen to me.
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