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Definition of "sequestered" [se•ques•tered]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of sequester. (verb)
  • Something that has already been separated. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sequestered" in a sentence
  • "But that fact hides dramatic income inequality: while wealthy citizens live luxuriously in sequestered Guatemala City neighborhoods, the poor are barely noticed, living like feudal peasants in the countryside."
  • "He goes completely out of his way to try and keep her sequestered from the rest of the crew while he hustles to get a male replacement sent up."
  • "Spas used to conjure up visions of rich, fortysomething women, slathered, pummeled and anointed, sequestered from the world while a plastic surgeon's handiwork healed among plush surroundings, granola farms in Battle Creek, or extreme fitness."