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Correct spelling:
sequestered
Definition:
Secluded; retired.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
reclusive, cloistered, sequestered, secluded.
insular
inward-looking.
narrow-minded
insular.
obscure
unheard-of, seldom seen, unhonored, unnoted, orphic, irrelevant, unheard of.
quiet
unanxious, quietest, pacific, Quieter, unexcited.
secluded
confined, Banished, alone, isolated, Extirpated, Deported, cloistered, secluded, Expatriated, reclusive, blacklisted, Extradited, xenophobic, solitary, lonely, anonymous, detached, Ostracized, hermitic, Ejected, separated, Disbarred, Excommunicated, segregated, aloof, cordoned, outcast, maverick, Exiled, boycott, alienated, tucked away, out of the way, Blackballed, Screened, antisocial, misanthropic, blockaded, Excluded, closeted, Eliminated.
silenced
incommunicado.
noun
sequestered
segregated, reclusive, unintegrated, secluded, private, cloistered.
verb
secluded
Screened, Boycotted, Ousted, rejected, Evicted, Expelled, Insulated, removed.
Examples of usage:
  1. In that sequestered spot he could linger long- for ever, if Adela Miranda were to be with him. – The Lone Ranche by Captain Mayne Reid
  2. His rugged constitution had stood him in good stead during those dark days in the sequestered hut, and by the first of November he was quite himself again. – Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer by Jessie Graham Flower
  3. He felt that he had suffered in her estimation because of his lowly ambition to follow her father, and the hundred other obscure heroes of the sheep country, and become a flockmaster, sequestered and safe among the sage- gray hills. – The Flockmaster of Poison Creek by George W. Ogden
  4. Here was a school out for its daily airing, a pretty procession of rainbow- clad little damsels, marshalled by the black- veiled figures of graceful nuns, and pacing with all decorum down a crowded avenue; but the moment the troop turned into some sequestered by- path, how it would break into a shimmering confusion of butterflies, darting hither and thither in those jewel- green lights and sea- green shadows, the nuns casting their dignity to the winds and scampering with the swiftest! – Spanish Highways and Byways by Katharine Lee Bates
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