Origin of recluse
OTHER WORDS FROM reclusenon·re·clu·sive, adjectiveun·re·cluse, adjectiveun·re·clu·sive, adjective
How to use recluse in a sentence
In the last decades of his life he became reclusive and bellicose.
The reclusive—and controversial—filmmaker vowed to never speak publicly after his ‘Nazi’ scandal at Cannes.Lars von Trier Breaks His Vow of Silence to Discuss ‘Nymphomaniac’ in Venice|Marlow Stern|September 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But over the years, cloistered in their mountain keep, complete with moat, Bender and Patton became ever more reclusive.
It opens with Hannah and her reclusive boyfriend Adam having sex, in a scene so disturbing that it felt close to abuse.
How do you deal with the flurry of invitations and requests that fills your mailbox—especially when you are notoriously reclusive?
Some tended to be so over-reclusive that they almost missed recognition; others were hail-fellow-well-met in any company.The Armed Forces Officer|U. S. Department of Defense
Perhaps I thought so reclusive a man as he even then appeared would never come at all.Old Familiar Faces|Theodore Watts-Dunton
"Satish became very reclusive after his wife's death," Bishnu continued.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda