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English definition of “sequestered”

sequestered

adjective uk   /sɪˈkwes.təd/ us    /-tɚd/ literary
describes a place that is peaceful because it is far away from people: I found a sequestered spot at the bottom of the garden and lay down with my book.Peaceful and tranquil
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