Examples of seclude in a Sentence
He secluded himself in his room to study for the exam.
the patients will be secluded until they are no longer contagious
Recent Examples of seclude from the Web
Paul’s family has hunkered down in a large house secluded in the woods, sealing off every entrance but that red door.
By design, the performance almost felt like a private, impromptu jam, secluded from the other festivities.
The tranquil, secluded back yard features a large pool/spa, outdoor lighting, fountains and ample patio space to entertain.
The result was the Inhumans, who were originally secluded from humanity, formed their own society called Attilan and gained a variety of powers through experiments.
Toddlers are prone to emotional outbursts, but secluding them and refusing to take them out in public isn't how that gets resolved.
The grotto-like setting feels secluded, yet never far from attendants who clean sunglasses, offer complimentary sunscreen and set you up with a cooler of icy water.
Secluded in Davos, Switzerland this week for the annual World Economic Forum, the world’s rich and powerful have been unusually pensive.
Secluded behind them, for the moment at least, is a tiny village — incongruous here among the temples and palaces — with elaborate wood buildings that date back more than a century.
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SECLUDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seclude for English Language Learners
: to keep (someone) away from other people
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