From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseclusionse‧clu‧sion /sɪˈkluːʒən/ noun [uncountable]SEPARATE the state of being private and away from other people They enjoyed ten days of peace and seclusion He preferred to stay at home in seclusion.seclusion of the relative seclusion of the Norfolk countryside
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seclusionThey stayed at a friend's beach house and enjoyed ten days of peace and seclusion.Bonnie Hanssen has been in seclusion since the arrest of her husband.He is drugged and placed in seclusion.Milosevic, who has remained in seclusion for the past two weeks, has yet to make any public pronouncement.The thing that drove him into seclusion was his failure to find anywhere a return of the warmth that flowed from him.Apart from the seclusion and pressure of being watched under a gun, they all seemed in good seclusionThe victim's family has remained in seclusion since the shooting.