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    • 1. (of a place) isolated and hidden away: "a wild sequestered spot"
  2. Synonyms of sequester transitive verb 1 a : to set apart : segregate sequester a jury b : seclude, withdraw widely spaced homes are forbiddingly grand and sequestered Don Asher 2 a : to seize especially by a writ of sequestration b : to place (property) in custody especially in sequestration 3

  3. verb isolate, seclude synonyms for sequester Compare Synonyms cloister close off insulate segregate hide secrete separate withdraw cut off draw back enisle island set apart set off See also synonyms for: sequestered antonyms for sequester MOST RELEVANT lay bare reveal tell uncover bring out make public

  4. Synonyms for SEQUESTERS: separates, isolates, segregates, removes, insulates, restrains, secludes, quarantines; Antonyms of SEQUESTERS: integrates, connects, unites, joins, assimilates, associates, reintegrates, liberates

  5. 1 as in separating to set or keep apart from others sequestered the woman until she was no longer contagious Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance separating isolating segregating removing insulating secluding restraining quarantining confining restricting keeping incarcerating cutting off detaching abstracting holding jailing disengaging detaining

  6. Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead. unsociable. screened. lonesome. shut off. quarantined. insulated. hermetic. uninhabited. blockaded. secluse. personal. separate. undisturbed. insular. incommunicado. alone. protected. off the grid. ...

  7. Synonyms: segregated, unintegrated. separated or isolated from others or a main group. adjective. providing privacy or seclusion. “sat close together in the sequestered pergola”. synonyms: cloistered, reclusive, secluded. private. confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy.

  8. Synonyms for Sequestered secluded Shut off or kept apart from others; isolated; withdrawn 1 0 cloistered Isolated, protected, hidden away for the sake of maintaining innocence 0 0 seized (Intransitive) to bind or lock in position immovably; see also seize up 0 0 confiscated

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