reclusion

[ ri-kloo-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF reclusion
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She escaped with two years of reclusion and six more of exile.

He has been tried and convicted of swindling, in France, and sentenced to five years' reclusion, with labour.

In the central prisons three kinds of punishment exist, forced labour, confinement called 'reclusion,' and correction.

He was thrown into prison and, in 1572, was sentenced to penance and reclusion, thus rendering him ineligible.

It was little likely that the Central prison to which she was consigned in perpetual "reclusion" would ever surrender its prey.

Shall I add that the primary cause of my reclusion no longer operated so powerfully?

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