Peter Jukes on the reclusive man who now has been accused of choking his wife in public.
Talking with Coneys and Halsted dramatically revised my view of Lennon as a reclusive and contrary man.
Neighbors described the younger Burkhart, a German national who carried travel papers from Chechnya, as childlike and reclusive.
Sears Holdings is run by the reclusive hedge-fund billionaire Edward Lampert.
In recent years, the business model set up by the reclusive billionaire Eddie Lampert may be making things more difficult.
reclusive former Haitian ruler Jean-Claude Duvalier has lived in France since he fled his homeland nearly a quarter-century ago.
Last month, the reclusive Matt Sandusky petitioned a court and was granted a name change for himself, his wife and four children.
Since then, the reclusive designer has dressed Campbell for everything from Costume Institute galas to dinners with friends.
The Pecks forged a close bond with the reclusive author after a trip to her home in Monroeville, Ala., and her visit to the set.
Perhaps I thought so reclusive a man as he even then appeared would never come at all.
c.1200, "person shut up from the world for purposes of religious meditation," from Old French reclus (fem. recluse) "hermit, recluse," also "confinement, prison; convent, monastery," noun use of reclus (adj.) "shut up," from Late Latin reclusus, past participle of recludere "to shut up, enclose" (but in classical Latin "to throw open"), from Latin re-, intensive prefix, + claudere "to shut" (see close (v.)).