verb (used with object), se·clud·ed, se·clud·ing.
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Origin of seclude
OTHER WORDS FROM secludeun·se·clud·ing, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for seclude
He had been secluded as a child and has spoken about the harm it caused.Bill Banning Locked Seclusion and Face-Down Restraints in Illinois Schools Stalls as Lawmakers Run Out of Time|by Jennifer Smith Richards, Chicago Tribune, and Jodi S. Cohen, ProPublica|January 14, 2021|ProPublica
ISBE found that in nearly 11,000 of those incidents, school workers identified no safety risk before secluding or restraining a student, as required by state law.Bill Banning Locked Seclusion and Face-Down Restraints in Illinois Schools Stalls as Lawmakers Run Out of Time|by Jennifer Smith Richards, Chicago Tribune, and Jodi S. Cohen, ProPublica|January 14, 2021|ProPublica
Sahar spent the initial three months of her marriage crying and secluding herself from the rest of the village.
He had not yet begun to seclude himself, and he and his companions seemed to be trying to make the best of their situation.Napoleon's Young Neighbor|Helen Leah Reed
She seemed anxious to seclude herself from the world, and to seek to drown her grief in the solitude she had formerly avoided.
It had led him to seclude himself from the gay little Delisleville world and cut himself off from young friendships.In Connection with the De Willoughby Claim|Frances Hodgson Burnett
This is merely an iron pot, with a close fitting flange lid so as to seclude all dust and ashes, and we used it in this way.Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper|Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
Darling, how I hate to seclude you from the gaze of men because I am too poor to adorn you like the rest.Guy Kenmore's Wife and The Rose and the Lily|Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller