- tending to seclude, especially oneself.
- causing or providing seclusion.
Origin of seclusive
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Related Words for seclusivenesssolitude, desolation, confinement, segregation, remoteness, hiding, separation, withdrawal, privacy, quarantine, sequestration, aloofness, detachment, exile, aloneness, concealment, retreat, retirement, blockade, shelter
Examples from the Web for seclusiveness
Historical Examples of seclusiveness
- tending to seclude
- fond of seclusion
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