Definition of hermitic in English:

hermitic

adjective

  • See hermit

    • ‘His life is saturated by tragedy, culminating in a hermitic existence spent waiting for the death that will free him from the tortured longing for Herman.’
    • ‘His dying trek home leads to a last few weeks of hermitic vigil, representing his political impotence as a lone poet with writers' block.’
    • ‘Now I'm going to turn into a hermitic poet, I thought to myself, depressed, and spend all the rest of my days thinking up similes and metaphors and whatever else it is they teach us in English class.’
    • ‘Anti Vampire Club membership ranges from pirates to hermitic recluses to your common garden-variety psychopath.’

Pronunciation

hermitic

/həːˈmɪtɪk/