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secluded
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Girl Interrupted
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  • One of the worst things we watched, though, was Lisa coming out of seclusion two days later.
  • They took her down to the end of the hall, to seclusion, while we watched.
  • They let her out of seclusion, they gave her back her belt, and her nails started to grow in again, but Lisa didn’t come back.
  • Two more singles, one double, a toilet, and seclusion.
  • The seclusion room was the size of the average suburban bathroom.
  • The seclusion room was supposed to be soundproof.
  • You could pop into the seclusion room, shut the door, and yell for a while.
  • But yelling in the seclusion room was fine.
  • You could also "request" to be locked into the seclusion room.
  • The seclusion-room etiquette was, If you weren’t locked in, anybody could join you.
  • The real purpose of the seclusion room, though, was to quarantine people who’d gone bananas.
  • Anyone who sustained a higher level for more than a few hours was put in seclusion.
  • There were no objective criteria for deciding to put someone into seclusion.
  • Seclusion worked.
  • The worst we got was an afternoon in seclusion.
  • Down at the end of the hall, muffled booming and yelling and crashing came out of the seclusion room.
  • They were seclusion rooms, in fact.
  • Unlike our seclusion room, they had windows, but the windows were tiny, high, chicken-wire-enforced, security-screened, barred windows.

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

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