Simple Definition of seclusion
: the act of placing or keeping someone away from other people : the act of secluding someone
: the state of being away from other people : a secluded state or condition
Examples of seclusion
the seclusion of women that occurs in some countries
I enjoyed the seclusion of the island.
Origin of seclusion
Medieval Latin seclusion-, seclusio, from Latin secludere
First Known Use: circa 1616
Synonym Discussion of seclusion
Rhymes with seclusion
affusion, allusion, Carthusian, collusion, conclusion, confusion, contusion, delusion, diffusion, effusion, elusion, exclusion, extrusion, illusion, inclusion, infusion, intrusion, Malthusian, obtrusion, occlusion, perfusion, prelusion, profusion, prolusion, protrusion, reclusion, transfusion, Venusian
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