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hermit-like

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Definition of hermit-like in English:

adjective

Avoiding the company of other people; solitary: he has been living a hermit-like existence on the outskirts of town
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  • Most lonely people remain that way, only occasionally lifted out of their hermit-like social life to experience bitter disappointment.
  • He was a reluctant celebrity, less comfortable in the limelight than in the hermit-like world he fashioned for himself off the pitcher's mound.
  • In an attempt to break out of my recent hermit-like state, I've decided to try going out and being vaguely sociable a bit more often.

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