Secluding



verb (used with object), secluded, secluding.
1.
to place in or withdraw into solitude; remove from social contact and activity, etc.
2.
to isolate; shut off; keep apart:
They secluded the garden from the rest of the property.
verb (transitive)
1.
to remove from contact with others
2.
to shut off or screen from view

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