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recluse
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Great Expectations
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  • In a by-yard, there was a wilderness of empty casks, which had a certain sour remembrance of better days lingering about them; but it was too sour to be accepted as a sample of the beer that was gone,—and in this respect I remember those recluses as being like most others.

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  • She lives an unsocial reclusive life.
  • He became a recluse after his wife passed away.

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