Removed or remote from others; solitary.(adjective)
Screened from view; sequestered.(adjective)
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Use "secluded" in a sentence
"“grew beneath her parents eyes” is a meaning opposite to the text. she dwelt απο προγονων  — this you have rendered too laxly in secluded from the world."
"February 22nd, 2009 at 3: 29 pm eastern Kentucky, where the growing often takes place in secluded spots on NPS land"
"Here and there, in secluded portions of the world, still linger a few of man's fiercer enemies."