claustral

[ klaw-struhl ]
/ ˈklɔ strəl /

adjective

cloistral; cloisterlike.

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Origin of claustral

1400–50; late Middle English <Late Latin claustrālis, equivalent to claustr(um) bolt, barrier (see claustrum) + -ālis-al1
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British Dictionary definitions for claustral

claustral
/ (ˈklɔːstrəl) /

adjective

a less common variant of cloistral
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