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Definition of "hermitic" [hermitic]

  • Of, pertaining to, or typical of a hermit (adjective)

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Use "hermitic" in a sentence
  • "Your African characters may include naked warriors, loyal servants, diviners and seers, ancient wise men living in hermitic splendour."
  • "It is a thoughtful way of establishing Munch as a thoroughly modern artist whose curiosity at the beginning of the 20th century for avant-garde forms of artistic expression, such as filmmaking and photography, are at odds with his image as a hermitic creator hell-bent on cutting himself off from the outside world."
  • "Being a hermitic writer might be appealing, but perhaps to the detriment of your inspiration."