And he smiled to think how his Carmelite companion would start, if he knew when first he used those words.
At that time a sisterhood of Carmelite nuns was driven from France to Antwerp.
Along with the amulets the so-called conception-billets, which the Carmelite monks sell for a small sum, are of manifold use.
If he belongs to the Carmelite convent, why does he not wear their habit?
He gave her comfort, and announced to her her vocation as a Carmelite.
John was sober; the other was eating like a Carmelite and drinking like a Franciscan.
I have told yonder Carmelite the purpose of the contracts, and engaged with him to draw them.
You, at all events, my Olivia, can never become a Carmelite or a Magdalen.
A friend of ours brought me news, lately, that she has become a Carmelite.
One knew not whom to approach to break the news to the poor Carmelite.