trappists bowed respectfully as they entered the court yard.
Dost thou then hold with the trappists that meat is an evil?
"I wonder how trappists enjoy their meals," I finally remarked.
The trappists have a book of gestures, and are often allowed to converse by signs.
For lo, how all nature around us protests against the trappists, and the order of St. Benedict!
How I should like him to lay his next scene in a community of trappists!
But, so far as I remember, the trappists are themselves divided, and do not live under a uniform discipline.
Some trappists are there established, conscientiously practising their religious suicide.
Adelaide had, it appears, a lover, who betook himself to a convent of trappists.
Here is also a monastery of the French "farmer Monks," the trappists, who cultivate a large surface.
1814, from French trappiste, Cistercian monk of reformed order established 1664 by abbot De Rancé of La Trappe in Normandy.