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alone, Extradited, maverick, detached, Ejected, blacklisted, hermitic, Excluded, secluded, Eliminated, Excommunicated, Expatriated, reclusive, confined, Ostracized, sequestered, Extirpated, antisocial, separated, Deported, isolated, cordoned, cloistered, anonymous, boycott, solitary, xenophobic, Blackballed, aloof, misanthropic, segregated, Disbarred, outcast, Banished, alienated, lonely, Exiled.
come out, bi, GLBT, fag hag, heterosexual.
jail, trammel, hold, send up, circumscribe, put away, fence in, lock in, nab, commit, incarcerate, ice, limit, take prisoner, remand, pen, rail in, restrain, send to prison, lock up, keep captive, put behind bars, detain, curb, shut in, keep in custody, hold in custody, bottle up, check, intern, hold captive, keep, stockade, impound, cage, closet, occlude, hold hostage, constrain, apprehend, bastille, immure.
conceal, enclose, separate, retire, embargo, blockade, cover, confine, boycott, screen, ostracize, cloister, withdraw, shut off, segregate, sequester, quarantine, evict.
Insulated, Ousted, Evicted, rejected, Expelled, removed, Boycotted, Screened.
Examples of usage:
  1. Little Clare was still too unwell to be permitted to attend the dessert, and father and son were soon closeted together. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. Evan closeted with Sir Franks. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. On his coming he had been at first closeted with Mr. Jones, and had then gone out and seen the two girls together. – The Landleaguers by Anthony Trollope
  4. Howard Bacon was once closeted in the parish house office on a certain winter's night with a man who became definitely and increasingly insane. – Frank H. Nelson of Cincinnati by Warren C. Herrick
  5. The first was an appointment at the Foreign Office, and there he was closeted with the Secretary of State for a solid two hours, while I was kicking my heels in a waiting- room. – A Queen's Error by Henry Curties