Lack of sociality.

Groups
Intangible
Primary Base socew*

Child Elements  

erem* rel ess sta (v) Reclusive.
(n) Eremite.
insl* abs ess sta m itg Seclusion, insulation, isolation, separation, segregation.

Links  

Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date

Descendants  

* Outcast Essive of involuntary seclusion due to unconformity.
erem* Retreat Voluntary seclusion.

Cross-Reference

Siblings

caeleb* Celibacy Abstinence from marriage.
kunth* Courtesy Positive sociality.
rud* Discourtesy Negative sociality.
* Divorce Forecful end to or dissolution of marriage. Social disjunction.
* Endearment Expression of friendship or love.
odj* Enmity Moderate negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Favorite
fred* Friendship Moderate positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
mis* Hate Strong negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Irascibility
* Love Positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
qam* Marriage Social junction.
* Outrage Expression of enmity, hate, or resentment.
ir* Resentment
socew* Seclusion Lack of sociality.
soc* Sociality
* Sullenness
* Welcome Extension of sociality.
vidw* Widowhood End of one's marriage due to death of partner. Incidental or accidental social disjunction.

Notes

Exclusion

Deliberate involuntary seclusion.
Excommunication, banishment, exile, ostracism, proscription; economic pressure; cut, cut direct; dead cut.

Seclusion, Isolation, Avoidance

The base that specifically denotes isolation is insl*. Another base, mon*, means "alone, single," but does not explicitly connote isolation. The causative derivatives of mon* (monif*, moniv*) can indicate becoming isolated, but only in the sense of becoming single.

Seclusion, privacy, retirement, eremitism, anchoretism, anchoritism, reclusion, recess; suspension; snugness &c. adj.; concealment, delitescence; rustication, rus in urbe [L.], ruralism, rurality [rare], solitude; solitariness (singleness) [See Unity]; isolation; “splendid isolation”; loneliness &c. adj.; estrangement from the world, voluntary exile; aloofness.
depopulation, desertion, desolation; wilderness (unproductive) [See Unproductiveness]; howling wilderness; rotten borough, Old Sarum [Eng.].
UNSOCIABILITY, unsociableness, dissociability, dissociality; inhospitality, inhospitableness &c. adj.; domesticity, self-sufficiency, Darby and Joan.