lonel* will find: lonely, loneliness....
isolat* will find: isolation, isolated....
Put each concept of your search into a separate search box (this will find articles that include all of your concepts).
In each search box, enter all the terms you brainstormed for that concept. Enter OR between each search term to find articles that include any of those terms.
Some internet search engines, such as Google and DuckDuckGo, have a "site" search function that can help you locate information on a specific site. Here's how you might use it:
Let's say you wanted to see all the reports about COVID on the State Library of Oregon's "Read All About It" website.
You could search for your topic, adding site:[domain name] for the website. You can put OR between two or more sites.
Your search of the "Read All About It" site would be [site:readallaboutitoregon.wordpress.com COVID], as shown in the screen capture below.
email@example.com | 503.943.7111 or 800.841.8261 | 5000 N. Willamette Blvd., Portland, OR 97203-5798
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