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claustration

n.

1863, "act of shutting up in a cloister," as if from a noun of action formed in Latin from Latin claustrare, from claustrum (see cloister).

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  • Marriage with Fyne was certainly a change but only to another kind of claustration.

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  • Besides, the wearing of the veil and claustration are in no wise religious obligations.

    The Life of Mohammad Etienne Dinet

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