seclusion (part of speech: noun)
confinement, loneliness, aloneness, segregation, separation, misanthropy, captivity, isolation, standoffishness, aloofness, detachment, reclusion, solitude, apartheid, seclusion, xenophobia, anonymity, alienation, extirpation
exclusion (part of speech: noun)
denial, repudiation, abscission, banishment, relegation, eradication, excommunication, disallowance, prohibition, ejection, proscription, boycott, excision, deportation, amputation, exile, exclusion, forbiddance, ostracism, rejection, expatriation, disbarment, removal, ban, elimination, renouncement
- The police declared they were making every effort to trace you, without success; and I doubt if they would have produced you, even in response to the extradition warrant, but that some one mysteriously telephoned information to the American Embassy that you were in prison- in the fortress- and even gave your number; though he would not give his own name or say where he was speaking from. - "The Red Symbol", John Ironside.
- It smacked of extradition, and James Holden had committed no crime in either state. - "The Fourth R", George Oliver Smith.
- My dear sir, I am as much grieved as you are that we did not succeed in preventing the extradition of Renzi. - "The Gadfly", E. L. Voynich.