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    recluse - Dictionary definition and meaning for word recluse

    (noun) one who lives in solitude Definition
    (adj) withdrawn from society; seeking solitude
    Synonyms : reclusive , withdrawn
    Example Sentence
    • lived an unsocial reclusive life
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for recluse

re+close . Closed=hermit

recLUSE : read luse as lose ; if u lose in any game u like to live alone

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sounds like seclude

You get in a car WRECK and LOSE your teeth. You're so embarassed you hide in your house and never come out again.

RE(retreat)+CLUSE(close)- Retreat from being close to people.

snds like let loose-so let loose from society

re+CLUSE if you consider the second part which sounds as clues which are ISOLATED,LONE away from our eyes.

sounds like reckless/....so a reckless person lives lonely

sounds like exclude..

sounds like reh+loose---live alone

really+closed...shut from the outside world

If u lose any game and say it s a record lose, then u like to live alone and avoid people.

RE+CLUSE Concentrateing on ecluse=excluse(exclusive)....which means sth different from others

Ree couldnt get a CLUE. true, she LOSE the game of love. now Ree live alone. hermit status, all day everyday. sad ta say.

re(remain)+ close

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