cloistered definition

  • adjective:
    • home or raised in, or just as if in, cloisters; solitary.
    • isolated, safeguarded, concealed away for the sake of keeping innocence
    • naive, lacking in worldliness
    • Furnished with cloisters.
    • Dwelling in cloisters; individual.
    • Furnished with cloisters.
    • of public life sequestered from the world under spiritual vows
    • delivering privacy or seclusion
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of cloister.
  • others:
    • Furnished with cloisters; organized by means of a cloister.
    • Shut up in a cloister; inhabiting a convent.
    • Solitary; resigned through the world; secret; concealed.

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