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Clue: Religious recluse
Religious recluse is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted over 20 times.
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- Ancient ascetic
- Solitary one
Recent usage in crossword puzzles:
- LA Times – March 10, 2018
- New York Times – Nov. 21, 2017
- Pat Sajak Code Letter – Sept. 19, 2017
- USA Today – Sept. 9, 2017
- LA Times – July 2, 2017
- Premier Sunday – April 23, 2017
- USA Today – April 6, 2016
- WSJ Saturday – Nov. 14, 2015
- CRooked Crosswords – Nov. 23, 2014
- Pat Sajak Code Letter – April 5, 2014
- New York Times – Sept. 29, 2013
- USA Today – July 30, 2012
- Pat Sajak Code Letter – June 1, 2012
- USA Today – May 14, 2010
- Premier Sunday – Aug. 23, 2009
- New York Times – Nov. 4, 2008
- LA Times – Feb. 2, 2008
- New York Times – Sept. 30, 2007
- Washington Post – March 19, 2006
- LA Times – Nov. 19, 2005
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A recluse lives alone, works alone, eats alone, and generally stays away from other people. Anti-social old hermits are recluses, as are a lot of students during exam time.
In the early 13th century, a recluse was a person who shut out the world to go meditate on religious issues. But nowadays recluses can think about whatever they want while they’re sitting in solitude — they’re simply people who shy away from social interaction and live secluded lives. Or think of the Brown Recluse spider, who likes to hide out in dark old boots or undisturbed corners of the basement.
one who lives in solitude
- hermit , solitary , solitudinarian , troglodyte
- St. John the Baptist (New Testament) a preacher and hermit and forerunner of Jesus (whom he baptized); was beheaded by Herod at the request of Salome
- Type of:
- lone hand , lone wolf , loner a person who avoids the company or assistance of others
withdrawn from society; seeking solitude
- reclusive , withdrawn
- unsocial not seeking or given to association; being or living without companions
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