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seclusion

noun
     
se‧clu‧sion
[uncountable] the state of being private and away from other people:
They enjoyed ten days of peace and seclusion.
in seclusion
He preferred to stay at home in seclusion.
seclusion of
the relative seclusion of the Norfolk countryside

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