Definition of reclusion in English:



  • See recluse

    • ‘The place is neither short of royalty nor is it strange to VIPs who have escaped the bright lights of the city to find reclusion and reflection about life.’
    • ‘His reclusion was so absolute that as recently as 2001 he avoided attending a wedding on the long shot that he might bump into a journalist that he scarcely even knew.’
    • ‘How does one live a life of noble reclusion in the real world?’
    • ‘In more recent years, Brando's brilliance as an actor was overshadowed by his eccentric reclusion, the turmoil in his family life and financial disputes.’
    • ‘For the next five years, Ting plans to live in reclusion and focus on a new breakthrough in his art.’