We talked Cambridge and the phenomenon of war as if we had been back among the cloistral stillnesses beside the Cam.
So she loved the cloistral feeling autumn brought with it to Welsley.
It is probably the seclusion, the cloistral repose, of the Quarter that attracts the student and the scholar.
Their existence had a cloistral quality which appealed to something in him.
However, at all times she was accustomed to preserve a cloistral rigour of speech before her daughter.
And from a thick maple on the edge of a clearing a hermit-thrush fluted slowly over and over his cloistral ecstasy.
He, Morange, was the son of a petty commercial clerk who had died on his stool after forty years of cloistral office-life.
The cloistral vice, which seems inevitable in the English public schools, is robbed 50 of any shadow of palliation.
Sometimes he had fled in spirit to the sweet seclusion of the cloistral life at San Lazaro.
The gates are seldom open now to the silent caravans, for the graves in the cloistral grass lie close.