eremite definition

  • noun:
    • A recluse or hermit, particularly a religious recluse.
    • A hermit; a religious recluse, somebody who lives alone.
    • A hermit.
    • person who lives in a wilderness or in your retirement; a hermit.
    • A recluse or hermit, particularly a religious recluse.
    • A hermit; a religious recluse, an individual who lives alone.
    • A hermit.
    • one that life in a wilderness or perhaps in your retirement; a hermit.
    • Specifically In church hist., in the earlier period, a Christian who, to escape persecution, fled to a solitary place, and there led a life of contemplation and asceticism.
    • Synonyms See anchoret.
    • Specifically In church hist., in the earlier duration, a Christian who, to escape persecution, fled to a solitary place, and there led a life of contemplation and asceticism.
    • Synonyms See anchoret.
    • a Christian recluse
    • a Christian recluse
    • A recluse or hermit, specifically a religious recluse.
    • A hermit; a religious recluse, a person who lives alone.
    • A hermit.
    • one that lives in a wilderness or perhaps in pension; a hermit.
    • Specifically In church hist., in the earlier period, a Christian which, to flee persecution, fled to a solitary destination, and there led a life of contemplation and asceticism.
    • Synonyms See anchoret.
    • a Christian recluse
    • A recluse or hermit, especially a religious recluse.
    • A hermit; a religious recluse, a person who lives alone.
    • A hermit.
    • a person who lives in a wilderness or perhaps in pension; a hermit.
    • Specifically In church hist., in the earlier duration, a Christian which, to escape persecution, fled to a solitary place, and there led a life of contemplation and asceticism.
    • Synonyms See anchoret.
    • a Christian recluse
  • others:
    • Eremitic.
    • Eremitic.
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