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Definition of "eremitic" [er•e•mit•ic]

  • Characteristic of a hermit (adjective)

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Use "eremitic" in a sentence
  • "Kevin Blanco, meanwhile, having taken his rec pen hostage, is perched on top of that basketball hoop with an air of eremitic remoteness."
  • "Khodorkovsky was also forced into lead an eremitic existence after committing the relatively venial sin of drinking tea in an unauthorized place--though this ruling sounds as though it may be a little harder to overturn."
  • "Misanthropic and eremitic, He was scruffy, ill-mannered, unemployable, and only went out after dark."