The party was in a secluded area accessible only by a five-mile road.
"This sounds crazy," Morris told me in a marathon phone call in October from his secluded home.
But it's the overwhelming fact of the built environment even in this secluded pleasure spot.
He was going to quit music, he said, and he took off to a secluded cabin in the woods.
Local teens often use the secluded inlets to throw parties or make love in their cars.
In this manner she deceives all, even her husband, and hides herself away in some secluded nook, near a stream or hole of water.
My laboratory I found to be almost as secluded as my living quarters.
This was a private lane, which ran through the recesses of the Chace where the wood was thickest and most secluded.
Women were secluded from all civic life and from all intellectual culture.
I do not think I can then endure this place without him—but there are others as secluded.
c.1600, of persons; in reference to places, 1798, past participle adjective from seclude (v.). Earlier secluse (1590s).