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[ɹɪklˈuːs], [ɹɪklˈuːs], [ɹ_ɪ_k_l_ˈuː_s]

Synonyms for Recluse:

recluse (noun)

hermit, reclusive, solitary, solitudinarian, troglodyte, unsocial, withdrawn.

Other synonyms and related words:

Winterly, adjourn, alone, anchoress, anchoret, anchorite, anchoritic, ascetic, attach, beadsman, bedridden invalid, bleak, castaway, cave dweller, cave man, caveman, cenobite, character, claustral, cloistered, cloistered monk, cloistral, closet cynic, confiscate, conventual, crackpot, crank, desert fathers, desert saints, disengage, doleful, domestic, draw, eccentric, eremite, eremitic, erratic, exile, flake, foreigner, foundling, freak, fugitive, hermetic, hermitess, hermitic, hermitish, homebody, impound, indrawn, insular, insulate, interloper, invalid, isolate, isolationist, kook, living apart, lone, lone wolf, lonely, loner, lonesome, man-hater, mankind-hater, marabout, misanthrope, misanthropist, misogynist, monastic, monk, mouse, nonconformist, not associate, nun, nut, oddball, outcast, outsider, pariah, pilgarlic, pillar saint, pillarist, privy, recall, recede, recluses, remove, reticent, retire, retired, retiring, ruralist, screwball, seclude, secluded, secluse, seclusionist, seclusive, secret, seeking solitude, segregate, seize, sequestered, sequestrate, shut in, shut up, shy person, solitaire, solitary confinement, solitary individual, stay-at-home, strange duck, stranger, stylite, sullen, swallow, take, timon of athens, unsay, wastrel, weirdo, wilding, withdraw, woman hater.

Rhymes for Recluse:

  1. misuse, obtuse, noose, mousse, reuse, loose, induce, coos, reduce, excuse, disuse, profuse, produce, moose, bruce, truce, deuce, luce, seduce, zeus, spruce, sluice, juice, use, goose;
  2. adduce, diffuse, abuse, abstruse, deduce, caboose;
  3. reproduce, introduce, disabuse;
  4. reintroduce;

Quotes for Recluse:

  1. They say that God is everywhere, and yet we always think of Him as somewhat of a recluse Emily Dickinson.
  2. I feel akin to the Platypus. An orphan in a family. A swimmer, a recluse Part bird, part fish, part lizard. Trevor Dunn.
  3. Essays, entitled critical, are epistles addressed to the public, through which the mind of the recluse relieves itself of its impressions. Margaret Fuller.