In the decade after the war, he joined a Trappist monastery, but was forced to leave after contracting tuberculosis.
But the vow of silence which Boone had taken with the grave solemnity of a Trappist monk was no longer a dependable bulwark.
The Trappist remained silent, and did not assist him at all.
The beds are bad even for England, and I never experienced anything more like a Trappist's couch.
The result of this incident was a fresh triumph for the Trappist.
The war of the Jesuit is with the world; the war of the Trappist is with himself.
He remembered the days he had once passed in the Trappist monastery of Gethsemane.
That is because the monastery selects its people; and if a Trappist does not like it he can leave it.
The Trappist does not walk beyond the enclosures except by permission.
The Trappist was in front of two mummies, explaining something, and he wanted Csar to translate what he was saying.
1814, from French trappiste, Cistercian monk of reformed order established 1664 by abbot De Rancé of La Trappe in Normandy.