[ UK /sɪklˈuːdɪd/ ]
[ US /sɪˈkɫudɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. hidden from general view or use
    a secluded romantic spot
    a privy place to rest and think
    a secret garden
    a secluded romantic spot
  2. providing privacy or seclusion
    sitting under the reclusive calm of a shade tree
    the cloistered academic world of books
    sat close together in the sequestered pergola
    a secluded romantic spot
    a secluded romantic spot
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How To Use secluded In A Sentence

  • It is believed however than none of the four were from the Sligo area, despite the secluded nature of the beach.
  • They are very much secluded from the rest of Chiloe, and have scarcely any sort of commerce, except sometimes in a little oil, which they get from seal-blubber. Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle
  • ¿No es cierto, ángel de amor, Oh, my angel of love, do you see que en esta apartada orilla that on this secluded shore más pura la luna brilla the moon shines clear and pure Don Juan Tenorio
  • With their secluded anchorages and bights, Anacapa and the other Channel Islands fairly beckon sailboat skippers.
  • They ran us off so we headed off to a secluded spot on the Clinch river and skinny-dipped there. Spot-On: Status Quo
  • Photograph by Alexandre Bailhache Pleached hornbeam arches and chestnut pergolas create verdant alleys connecting one garden room to the next and provide shaded, secluded walks. Paradise Regained
  • The stars gleaming and moon shining lit my way to the secluded hill as the noise of everyone behind me faded.
  • The masseuse applied fragrant medicated oils on the head and body in plentiful measure as one lay on a high wooden plank on the secluded verandah of an open walled courtyard.
  • The city of Palermo was also distinguishable; and Julia, as she gazed on its glittering spires; would endeavour in imagination to depicture its beauties, while she secretly sighed for a view of that world, from which she had hitherto been secluded by the mean jealousy of the marchioness, upon whose mind the dread of rival beauty operated strongly to the prejudice of Emilia and Julia. A Sicilian Romance
  • What had touched the world's hearts was the ethereal immaterialism of their secluded world and something primal in the music they sang.
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