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secluded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsecludedse‧clud‧ed /sɪˈkluːdɪd/ adjective  FARvery private and quietsecluded garden/spot/beach etc We sunbathed on a small secluded beach. He’s 80 years old now and lives a very secluded life.
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secludedWe picnicked one day on a small secluded beach and, after, lay sunbathing on the hot sand.a secluded beachAfter all, we have spent these last few days in a very secluded country house.It has a secluded garden bordered by a stream.It lies in a quarter of an acre of secluded garden in the delightful village of Rockbourne.She had stayed willingly in the secluded garden with the soldier, had not voiced a single protest at his boldness.We rented a little cabin on the edge of a secluded lake.The garden annexe offers secluded peaceful rooms.A secluded setting with breathtaking sea views.They drove to a secluded spot in the country to have their picnic.secluded garden/spot/beach etcIt has full gas fired central heating to radiators and has a lovely west facing secluded garden.We picnicked one day on a small secluded beach and, after, lay sunbathing on the hot sand.It has a secluded garden bordered by a stream.It lies in a quarter of an acre of secluded garden in the delightful village of Rockbourne.Laing used a pickaxe and shovel to make the grave in the secluded garden, said Mr Stuart-Moore.With a book on hermits, some seeds and a few utensils, Romanus found a secluded spot to build his monastery.There are miles of footpaths to follow and plenty of secluded spots to discover.She had stayed willingly in the secluded garden with the soldier, had not voiced a single protest at his boldness.
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