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adjective as in cloistered

adjective as in incommunicado

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adjective as in private

adjective as in retired

adjective as in retired

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Example Sentences

First, bubonic (rhymes with pneumonic but is altogether different) is a local infection sequestered in a lymph node.

The women were sequestered and not allowed to speak with reporters.

Deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was sequestered in highly unusual fashion during his trials this weekend.

The good news, though, is that sequestered in the Ecuadorian embassy, Assange is getting back to his roots.

And all the while, Washington Republicans and Democrats are standing around mumbling as the defense budget gets sequestered.

As guileless, though as self-reliant, gentlewomen as sequestered England could produce.

The sequestered spot, a seat beneath a plane tree, with a lonesome arc-lamp shining full upon it, was occupied.

At any rate, they petitioned Parliament for the removal of this too ardent fisherman, and he was sequestered accordingly.

In two hours they had arrived at the primitive and sequestered town of Alla-hissar.

A week passed on, and next we findOur native tourist come To that sequestered village calledGenasagarnagum.


On this page you'll find 637 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sequestered, such as: reclusive, sheltered, confined, hidden, insulated, and restricted.

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