Definition of seclude:
pull away, take away, withdraw, set apart, back out, sequestrate, seize, crawfish out, attach, draw, take back, conceal, include, call back, recede, cover, draw off, impound, unsay, draw back, take out, disengage, pull in one's horns, retire, hide, move back, retreat, keep apart, confiscate, back away, cut off, sequester, close off, pull back, adjourn, bow out, take, call in, crawfish, recall, quarantine, swallow.
- seclude (part of speech: verb)
These certainly can have no claims to exemption from direct control, whenever the United States shall see fit to extend its laws over them, either to incorporate them in the body of its citizenship, or to seclude them for their own good.- "The Indian Question (1874)", Francis A. Walker.
Instead of becoming a public orator in every town throughout America, she was about, as she said, to seclude herself for life in the deepest forests of the western world, that her fortune, her time, and her talents might be exclusively devoted to aid the cause of the suffering Africans.- "Domestic Manners of the Americans", Fanny Trollope.
- "Napoleon's Young Neighbor", Helen Leah Reed.