BE or LIVE SECLUDED &c. adj.; keep -, stand -, hold oneself- -aloof, - in the background; keep snug; shut oneself up; deny oneself, seclude oneself; creep into a corner, rusticate, dissocialize; retire, - from the world; hermitize; take the veil; abandon [See Relinquishment]; sport ones oak [Univ. slang, Eng.].
EXCLUDE, repel; cut, - dead; refuse to -associate with, - acknowledge; send to Coventry, look cool -, turn ones back -, shut the door- upon; blackball, excommunicate, exile, expatriate; banish, outlaw, maroon, ostracize, proscribe, cut off from, keep at arms length, draw a cordon round, boycott, embargo, blockade, isolate.
DEPOPULATE, dispeople, unpeople; desolate, devastate.
SECLUDED, sequestered, retired, delitescent, private, by; in a backwater; out of the world, out of the way; the world forgetting by the world forgot [Pope].
UNSOCIABLE, unsocial, dissocial, inhospitable, cynical, inconversable [obs.], unclubbable or unclubable [colloq.], sauvage [F.]; hermitical, eremitic or eremitical, anchoretic or anchoretical, anchoritic or anchoritical, anchoretish, anchoritish, troglodytic.
snug, domestic, stay-at-home.
EXCLUDED &c. v.; unfrequented, unvisited, unintroduced, uninvited, unwelcome; on the fringe of society; under a cloud, left to shift for oneself; deserted, - in ones utmost need; unfriended, friendless, kithless, homeless, desolate, lorn, forlorn; solitary, lonely, lonesome, isolated, single, estranged; derelict, outcast, outside the gates, yammering at the bars; banished &c. v.; under an embargo.
UNINHABITED, unoccupied, untenanted, tenantless, abandoned; uninhabitable.
Noli me tangere.
Among them but not of them.Byron
And homeless near a thousand homes I stood.Wordsworth