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Adjective: secluded  si'kloo-did
  1. Hidden from general view or use
    "a secluded romantic spot";
    - privy, secret
  2. Providing privacy or seclusion
    "a secluded romantic spot";
    - cloistered, reclusive, sequestered
Verb: seclude  si'klood
  1. Keep away from others
    "He secluded himself in his study to write a book";
    - sequester, sequestrate, withdraw

See also: private

Type of: insulate, isolate