quasiretired

retired

[ri-tahyuhrd]
adjective
1.
withdrawn from or no longer occupied with one's business or profession: a retired banker.
2.
due or given a retired person: retired pay.
3.
secluded or sequestered: a retired little village.

Origin:
1580–90; retire + -ed2

retiredly, adverb
retiredness, noun
nonretired, adjective
quasi-retired, adjective
self-retired, adjective
semiretired, adjective
unretired, adjective


3. isolated, removed, solitary.
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retired (rɪˈtaɪəd)
 
adj
1.  a.  having given up one's work, office, etc, esp on completion of the normal period of service: a retired headmistress
 b.  (as collective noun; preceded by the): the retired
2.  withdrawn; secluded: a retired life; a retired cottage in the woods

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retire
1533, of armies, "to retreat," from M.Fr. retirer "to withdraw (something)," from re- "back" + O.Fr. tirer "to draw" (see tirade). Meaning "to withdraw to some place for the sake of seclusion" is recorded from 1538; sense of "leave an occupation" first attested 1648 (implied
in retirement). Meaning "to leave company and go to bed" is from 1670. Baseball sense of "to put out" is recorded from 1874. Retiree is attested from 1945.
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