The property, known as Homer's Pond, is a secluded estate with 314 acres off the south shore of the island.
The party was in a secluded area accessible only by a five-mile road.
He took a secluded road, telling me that avoiding the freeway would save me the tolls.
"This sounds crazy," Morris told me in a marathon phone call in October from his secluded home.
One day, “myself and Holmes found ourselves kind of secluded from the majority of the platoon,” Morlock tells Krauss.
In this manner she deceives all, even her husband, and hides herself away in some secluded nook, near a stream or hole of water.
I will give you a secluded cell in the dormitory until the ship has sailed.
This was a private lane, which ran through the recesses of the Chace where the wood was thickest and most secluded.
It was almost the only occupation which could draw him out of his secluded habits.
I do not think I can then endure this place without him—but there are others as secluded.
c.1600, of persons; in reference to places, 1798, past participle adjective from seclude (v.). Earlier secluse (1590s).