Third-person singular simple present indicative form of seclude.(verb)
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Use "secludes" in a sentence
"In France as throughout Western Europe, the full veil, along with cousin-marriage, polygamy and sexual violence contribute to a culture that secludes women and creates sizable barriers to assimilation."
"To complete the task, she secludes herself at an isolated lake house."
"Rather if she secludes herself with him, she becomes forbidden to her husband permanently and he must divorce her without her ketubbah."