Etymology
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secluded (adj.)

c. 1600, of persons, "separated from others, withdrawn from public observation;" 1798, in reference to places, "remote or screened from visibility or access;" past-participle adjective from seclude (v.). Earlier secluse (1590s).

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Definitions of secluded

secluded (adj.)
hidden from general view or use;
a secluded romantic spot
Synonyms: privy / secret
secluded (adj.)
providing privacy or seclusion;
a secluded romantic spot
Synonyms: cloistered / reclusive / sequestered
From wordnet.princeton.edu