Secluded in a sentence as an adjective

An adolescent doesn't want to grow, its pleasures are vain, its world secluded.

I picked one up for household use when I moved my home office to a secluded corner of the basement.

What you do is co-opt a coffee stand to open shop right outside your front door, or in a secluded corner.

We took the boat out to a nice secluded cove normally frequented by families.

HN has long been- and still very much remains- a secluded mini-Reddit for startups and hackers.

Consider going to clubs, or looking for other people that are similarly as secluded as you, and talk with them.

We're not this fantastical creative hacker secluded from society.

A man left the bar and followed her into the elevator and only after being secluded asked to continue talking with her in his room.

Someday we'll be fondly remembering with our leaders weren't all secluded deep indoors, behind EMP fields, or stuck riding around in popemobiles.

Henson is the 'father' of the Muppets, he's insinuating that Rand's objectivism can only lead to a secluded, depressed life, much like Oscar from the Muppets, who leads a grumpy life in a trash can.

Secluded definitions


hidden from general view or use; "a privy place to rest and think"; "a secluded romantic spot"; "a secret garden"

See also: privy secret


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"

See also: cloistered reclusive sequestered