Noun(1) a male religious living in a cloister and devoting himself to contemplation and prayer and work
Adjective(1) of communal life sequestered from the world under religious vows
(1) Historically, Psalms have always been sung by believers, beginning in Jewish worship and continuing through that of monastic orders.(2) Before noon of the same day, that forge was blessed by the monastic priests of nearby Kadavul Temple.(3) With regard to marriage Luther pursues the same idea: The marital relationship between a man and a woman is true chastity and of higher value than monastic asceticism.(4) It is my understanding that the current debate preserves monastic celibacy within the religious orders, just as it does for the Eastern Church.(5) It was a very austere kind of monastic existence.(6) The bedrooms vary from private apartment to monastic simplicity, yet all bear the hallmarks of a considerate host: candles, joss sticks, tea-making facilities and mosquito repellent.(7) Today we'll hear from two Buddhists, who lived a monastic life, and also left it after some years.(8) There is a lot that Heloise has to say on the subject of religion in her later monastic writings.(9) It may be wondered if this is the best solution to the situation brought about by the dominance of the monastic tradition in Orthodox worship.(10) The monastic orders were linked to the bureaucratic structure through papal recognition and interlocking networks.(11) The church and monastic buildings on Lindisfarne today date from the Norman period when a Benedictine monastery was established on the island.(12) The akharas' dates of founding range from the sixth to the fourteenth century, though large monastic orders have existed throughout India's long history.(13) Having had a good day of golf and wine with the two Jims and myself, he retired to his room in the monastic student hall of residence.(14) I saw how they lived, saw how they dressed, and that influenced in a very strict way the monastic protocols that we later put into action in our own monastic order.(15) This image of a monastic , reclusive author, wilfully at odds with much of modernity, was confirmed by the posthumous appearance of Brown's autobiography.(16) Chastity is the third monastic virtue, the opposite of voluptuousness.
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4. monk ::
Different Formsmonastic, monastical, monastics
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