1. withdrawn from society; seeking solitude;
2. providing privacy or seclusion;
My marriage has broken up. It has made me reclusive and unsociable.
He is a reclusive, timorous creature.
She had become increasingly ill and reclusive.
She had been living a reclusive life in Los Angeles since her marriage broke up.
She is very reclusive, to the point of shutting me out of her life.
Sad but true life can cause us to become reclusive.
He's now 70 years old, considered a grandfatherly and is somewhat reclusive.
Feinberg, the reclusive founder of Cerberus Capital Management, the big buyout firm.
Yet who was this pathologically reclusive artist?
Despite reclusive, his recognition for dedication to the arts made him an easy man to revere.
Because monk seals are so reclusive, biologists know little about how seal mothers raise their pups.
But their exacting curriculum, tough competition and reclusive campus lifestyle have taken a toll on students.
I became reclusive, avoiding speaking and only doing so at home or with close friends.
There is relatively little information about reclusive, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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