seclusion


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Synonyms for seclusion

Synonyms for seclusion

the act of secluding or the state of being secluded

Synonyms for seclusion

the quality of being secluded from the presence or view of others

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the act of secluding yourself from others

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So--with many a cold, deep heart-quake at the idea of at last coming into sordid contact with the world, from which she had so long kept aloof, while every added day of seclusion had rolled another stone against the cavern door of her hermitage--the poor thing bethought herself of the ancient shop-window, the rusty scales, and dusty till.
The conditions of confined space, seclusion, and solitude in a small four-roomed cottage were favourable to his inspiration.
Not a human creature, large or small, appeared in any part of the sacred seclusion.
In general and across states, concern about student safety has increased, and schools are expected to reduce or eliminate the use of seclusion and restraint procedures, except as a last resort, emergency procedure.
Unveiling the harem; elite women and the paradox of seclusion in eighteenth-century Cairo.
TRANQUILITY Seclusion - an ocean sunset on the rocks at South Shields, by Danny Birrell
The group who probingly examines to what extent the national mitzvoth can be fulfilled, to what extent is it possible to cooperate with the secular public in the sciences and workplace, and to what extent seclusion is called are aBeshevaasa readers.
The goal of the effort, reducing the use of seclusion and restraint practices, was straightforward according to CEO Jim Gaynor.
The principles offer states, districts, and leaders a framework for revising appropriate policies related to restraint and seclusion to safeguard children and adults.
Restraint or seclusion may only be imposed to ensure the immediate physical safety of the patient, a staff member, or others and must be discontinued at the earliest possible time.
Clark's life bears some parallels with the Miss Havisham Character in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, who after being jilted at the altar spends her life in seclusion.
In March 2010, we were 1 of 10 institutions recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for our efforts in reducing and preventing use of seclusion and restraints.
In recent years, there have been major concerns expressed regarding the use of restraint and seclusion to control the behavior of children with disabilities and/or challenging behavior.
I have decided to live a life of spiritual seclusion, for some indefinite time," he added in his message.
Patients' attitudes are generally negative, whereas staff tend to believe that seclusion benefits patients and preserves the unit's smooth functioning.