reclusive in Engels
adj. reclusive, living in seclusion, living apart from society; living in isolation for religious reasons
They both lead very reclusive lives.
A difficult, irascible, reclusive man was Nathaniel Praed, but it didn't seem to diminish his sensuality one iota.
Chinese academics and journalists have finally started to criticize the reclusive regime.
A few days ago, Neville Morgan, the notoriously reclusive painter... paid a visit to the gallery.
And the answer to it, I think, can be found down in theCopper Canyons of Mexico, where there's a tribe, a reclusive tribe, called the Tarahumara Indians.
For instance, the one in the lab... she's basically black widow - reclusive, sneaky - she stayed behind while the others broke out.
I had to go along with all this reclusive genius stuff.
He has a history of blackouts, reclusive behavior,
Look for women who are reclusive, have a problem with authority, and can't interact with dominant personalities.
Leaders of all the factions have tried to get to her, but she's reclusive, rarely sees anyone.