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recluse
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David Copperfield
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  • That sagacious Miss Mills, too; that amiable, though quite used up, recluse; that little patriarch of something less than twenty, who had done with the world, and mustn’t on any account have the slumbering echoes in the caverns of Memory awakened; what a kind thing she did!

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

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