close (adj.)
private, secluded, sequestered
2H6 II.ii.3[York to Salisbury and Warwick] In this close walk
Cym III.v.46[Queen to Cymbeline, of Innogen] She prayed me to excuse her keeping close
MND III.ii.7[Puck to Oberon, of Titania] Near to her close and consecrated bower
R3 IV.ii.51[King Richard to Catesby, of Anne] I will take order for her keeping close
RJ II.ii.192[Romeo alone] Hence will I to my ghostly Friar's close cell
TG III.i.235[Proteus to Valentine, of the Duke and Silvia] to close prison he commanded her
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