secluded (part of speech: verb)
evicted, eliminated, banished, secluded, misanthropic, ostracized, extradited, blackballed, closeted, insulated, isolated, solitary, excluded, blacklisted, xenophobic, removed, boycott, ousted, screened, separated, excommunicated, segregated, antisocial, expelled, cordoned, confined, disbarred, boycotted, hermitic, anonymous, lonely, sequestered, sheltered, reclusive, outcast, exiled, extirpated, expatriated, alienated, ejected, alone, deported, maverick, rejected, aloof, detached
- " I am only- I only thought that I had adorned myself, decked myself out with idle finery, although I know how many poor people are starving in want and misery, and how much more pleasing in the sight of the Lord is the grey robe of the cloistered nun. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- The early century saw the nave chapels built, having been preceded by the Portail aux Libraires, a sort of cloistered north entrance, still so referred to, one of the most charming and quiet old- world retreats to be found to- day even within the hallowed precincts of a cathedral. - "The Cathedrals of Northern France", Francis Miltoun.
- In the 14th century, when Oxford could show such a roll of philosophers that " not all the other Nations and Universities of Europe between them could muster such a list," a growing proportion of these were not cloistered, but secular clergy. - "Chaucer and His England", G. G. Coulton.