Examples of seclusion in a Sentence
the seclusion of women that occurs in some countries
I enjoyed the seclusion of the island.
Recent Examples of seclusion from the Web
And for those seeking seclusion, a short drive away on the banks of Lake Gangapur are seven rooms with views overlooking the lake and a huge and new, strikingly modern villa—perhaps the perfect spots to dream about a winery of one’s own.
The seclusion and elevation of some interior holes even give this course an Up North feel.
On another, these art works, and seclusion in the act of making them, foster a disconnect between other people, those who cannot be controlled.
Once the danger subsides, seclusion should end, the federal government advises.
The sand is pristine and the cliffs are tall here, so soak up a little seclusion just 13 miles south of downtown Half Moon Bay.
There also will be private spaces for workers who need seclusion for tasks like taking phone calls, or meeting with large teams.
According to a police report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the boy grabbed her by the wrist outside of the school’s Fine Arts Center to lead her to seclusion down by the auditorium.
Tree Top Haven Guest Regan Bates was blown away by the seclusion and peacefulness.
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Did You Know?
With its prefix se-, "apart", seclusion has the basic meaning of a place or condition that's "closed away". A lone island may be secluded, and its seclusion might be what its owner prizes most about it. Presidents and their staffs may go into seclusion before making critical decisions. Monastery life is purposely secluded, and monks may have taken vows to live lives of seclusion. The deadly brown recluse spider prefers seclusion but is sometimes disturbed by very unlucky people.
Synonym Discussion of seclusion
- a few quiet hours of solitude
- the isolation of the village in winter
- lived in pastoral seclusion
SECLUSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seclusion for English Language Learners
: 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
SECLUSION Defined for Kids
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