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  • Two minutes later—two hectic minutes—they were disturbed by an embarrassed couple also seeking the idyllic seclusion of the overshoe-closet.
  • I wonder if you understand that in a secluded community like this every newcomer is on test?
  • Kennicott slowly understood that she meant to keep up her seclusion.
  • The smallest boy or the most secluded grandam could tell you whether No. 32 had a hot-box last Tuesday, whether No. 7 was going to put on an extra day-coach; and the name of the president of the road was familiar to every breakfast table.
  • They paused to look for partridges in a rim of woods, little woods, very clean and shiny and gay, silver birches and poplars with immaculate green trunks, encircling a lake of sandy bottom, a splashing seclusion demure in the welter of hot prairie.

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  • She has been secluded in her bedroom since receiving the information.
  • a secluded romantic spot

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