It would be a charming introduction for you, who have lived so secluded a life; and I could immediately secure you some of the best society in the place.
Many a time has she said so; and yet I am no advocate for entire seclusion.
— And Mrs. Churchill probably has not health or spirits like Selina to enjoy that sort of seclusion.
The visit afforded her many pleasant recollections the next day; and all that she might be supposed to have lost on the side of dignified seclusion, must be amply repaid in the splendour of popularity.
These days of confinement would have been, but for her private perplexities, remarkably comfortable, as such seclusion exactly suited her brother, whose feelings must always be of great importance to his companions; and he had, besides, so thoroughly cleared off his ill-humour at Randalls, that his amiableness never failed him during the rest of his stay at Hartfield.
—Mr. Elton had just joined them, and his wife was exclaiming, "Oh! you have found us out at last, have you, in our seclusion?
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She has been secluded in her bedroom since receiving the information.