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Thursday, March 22, 2018
Definitions for solitudinarian
  1. a person who seeks solitude; recluse.

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Citations for solitudinarian
She was such a warm, beautiful woman, so popular, so very full of love and verve and yet you, her only son, are an anthropofugal solitudinarian. David Foster, Sons of the Rumour, 2009
... Charron says that no one with a capacity for public good and usefulness ought to neglect that capacity. Thus, the able solitudinarian is to be severely censured. M. Andrew Holowchak, Thomas Jefferson: Moralist, 2017
Origin of solitudinarian
Solitudinarian was first recorded in 1685–95.
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