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seclude (verb), secludes; secluded; secluding
1. To keep or to shut oneself away from the company or the association with other people: Henry secludes himself and only sees his mother once in a while.
2. To make a place very private and quiet by isolating it from anyone else: Jerome secluded a home deep in the forest where nobody ever goes and lives as a hermit who has no contact with other individuals.
3. Etymology: from Latin secludere, "to shut off, to keep out"; from se, "apart" + claudere, "to shut".
Isolating oneself from everyone else.
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To make a place very private by isolating it from everyone else. (1)