A Carthusian convent, or a deaf and dumb asylum, was not more silent than this mansion.
He resolved to quit the world and adopt the Carthusian habit.
Sister Margaret, commonly called the Carthusian nun, was the name of the singular woman who was chosen to be my teacher.
The breed of the Carthusian horses of Xeres was notoriously the best in Europe.
However bad it may be, Petzholdt knew no other Carthusian bibliography.
Bitter as it is to live a Carthusian, it is right sweet to die one.
Many a time they had to eat bread as hard as ship-biscuits, and content themselves with real Carthusian dinners.
He did not go home for luncheon; he ate in the café at the Carthusian Gate.
John Visconti had chosen this situation whereon to build a Carthusian monastery.
Helix (Theba) cartusiana (first noticed near a Carthusian monastery).
late 14c., from Latin Cartusianus, in reference to an austere order of monks founded 1086 by St. Bruno at Chartreux, village in Dauphiné, France.