solitarian


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solitarian

(ˌsɒlɪˈtɛərɪən)
n
a hermit
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Jefferson was no solitarian, committed only to his own comfort and best interest, as certain radicals state (Dawidoff, 1993, p.
And you are a fraud!" by Arthur Moses recreates Houdini's 'solitarian' lectures which he gave from 1922 to his unexpected and early death in 1926.
Harvey Hamilton sat ensconced in a corner seat with four friends on either side of him as he spoke of his lofty intentions to write a philosophical work entitled "The Individual Life of Man" and he rambled on about founding a religious group called the Solitarians that would shun society and spend weeks in the wilderness of Wales as hermits, so society couldn't affect their minds.