secluded


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se·clud·ed

 (sĭ-klo͞o′dĭd)
adj.
1. Removed or remote from others; solitary: a secluded freelancer working in his basement.
2. Screened from view; sequestered: a secluded cabin.

se·clud′ed·ly adv.

secluded

(sɪˈkluːdɪd)
adj
1. kept apart from the company of others: a secluded life.
2. sheltered; private
seˈcludedly adv
seˈcludedness n

se•clud•ed

(sɪˈklu dɪd)

adj.
1. sheltered or screened from general activity or view.
2. withdrawn from human contact: a secluded life.
[1595–1605]
se•clud′ed•ly, adv.
se•clud′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.secluded - hidden from general view or use; "a privy place to rest and think"; "a secluded romantic spot"; "a secret garden"
private - confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy; "a private place"; "private discussions"; "private lessons"; "a private club"; "a private secretary"; "private property"; "the former President is now a private citizen"; "public figures struggle to maintain a private life"
2.secluded - providing privacy or seclusion; "the cloistered academic world of books"; "sat close together in the sequestered pergola"; "sitting under the reclusive calm of a shade tree"; "a secluded romantic spot"
private - confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy; "a private place"; "private discussions"; "private lessons"; "a private club"; "a private secretary"; "private property"; "the former President is now a private citizen"; "public figures struggle to maintain a private life"

secluded

secluded

adjective
1. Solitary and shut off from society:
2. Far from centers of human population:
3. Concealed from view:
Translations
مُنْعَزِل
odlehlýskrytý
afsides
einangraîur, afvikinn
atsiskyręs
atšķirtsnomaļšvientuļš
gözlerden ıraktenha

secluded

[sɪˈkluːdɪd] ADJretirado, apartado

secluded

[sɪˈkluːdɪd] adj [beach, cove, area, spot, cottage, corner, garden] → retiré(e)

secluded

adj spot, houseabgelegen; lifezurückgezogen, abgeschieden

secluded

[sɪˈkluːdɪd] adj (house) → appartato/a, isolato/a; (life) → ritirato/a

secluded

(siˈkluːdid) adjective
not able to be seen, talked to etc by other people; far away from other people etc. a secluded cottage.
seˈclusion (-ʒən) noun
the state of being secluded; privacy. She wept in the seclusion of her own room.
References in classic literature ?
The quaint old garden had sheltered many pairs of lovers, and seemed expressly made for them, so sunny and secluded was it, with nothing but the tower to overlook them, and the wide lake to carry away the echo of their words, as it rippled by below.
At length the sun set in a flood of glory, behind the distant western hills, and as darkness drew its veil around the secluded spot the sounds of preparation diminished; the last light finally disappeared from the log cabin of some officer; the trees cast their deeper shadows over the mounds and the rippling stream, and a silence soon pervaded the camp, as deep as that which reigned in the vast forest by which it was environed.
To a man living so much in the past, and so little in the present, as the secluded and antiquarian old bachelor, a century and a half seemed not so vast a period as to obviate the propriety of substituting right for wrong.
As the sky grew less gloomy; indeed, began to grow a little genial, he became still less and less a recluse; as if, when the ship had sailed from home, nothing but the dead wintry bleakness of the sea had then kept him so secluded.
Marie lay reclined on a sofa, opposite the window opening on the verandah, closely secluded, under an awning of transparent gauze, from the outrages of the mosquitos, and languidly holding in her hand an elegantly bound prayer-book.
It had been hard though sweet labor to take armfuls of "stickins" and "cutrounds" from the mill to this secluded spot, and that it had been done mostly after supper in the dusk of the evenings gave it a still greater flavor.
It would be a charming introduction for you, who have lived so secluded a life; and I could immediately secure you some of the best society in the place.
When I chanced to encounter the housekeeper of Wuthering Heights, in paying business visits to Gimmerton, I used to ask how the young master got on; for he lived almost as secluded as Catherine herself, and was never to be seen.
We are residing in the secluded village of Ruswarp, on the banks of the Esk, about two miles inland from Whitby.
How they affected my aunt, nobody knew; for immediately upon the separation, she took her maiden name again, bought a cottage in a hamlet on the sea-coast a long way off, established herself there as a single woman with one servant, and was understood to live secluded, ever afterwards, in an inflexible retirement.
In some of her looks and gestures there was that tinge of resemblance to Miss Havisham which may often be noticed to have been acquired by children, from grown person with whom they have been much associated and secluded, and which, when childhood is passed, will produce a remarkable occasional likeness of expression between faces that are otherwise quite different.
Any one possessing a mile or two of secluded seaboard, cut off on the land side by precipitous approaches, and including a sheltered river mouth ingeniously hidden by nature, in the form of a jutting wall of rock, from the sea, might have made as good use of these natural opportunities as the nobleman in question, had they only been as wise and as rich.