German translation of 'recluse'
Example Sentences Including 'recluse'
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How does this twitchy recluse become the regal princess in Act III?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Try to be open and honest with the people you are closest to - don't shy away or become a recluse.The Sun (2009)
A source said: 'He is a bit of a recluse who lives on a houseboat and wants no fuss.The Sun (2014)
But his answer has been to up his training regime and become a virtual recluse with little else on his mind other than football.The Sun (2011)
A social recluse who ran an internet piracy racket from his bedroom has been jailed for two years.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Away from work, he's a virtual recluse.The Sun (2016)
He is now a virtual recluse.The Sun (2012)
In his last call he said he wanted to become a recluse because people liked him only because of his money.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Instead she became a virtual recluse and, consequently, a depressive who turned to food for comfort.The Sun (2011)
Instead, he became a virtual recluse.The Sun (2009)
Now 56, she is said to live as a virtual recluse.The Sun (2011)
She doesn't work and is a virtual recluse.The Sun (2008)
She too had now become a recluse, unwilling to connect with anyone who was going to obstruct us in what we were up to.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The model was once so badly bullied over her condition that she became a virtual recluse.The Sun (2012)
I once knew a company president who had become a social recluse.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: recluse NOUN
A recluse is a person who lives alone and deliberately avoids other people.
His widow became a virtual recluse for the remainder of her life.
Translation of recluse from the Collins English to German Dictionary