Examples from the Web for claustral
Some collections which later were distinctively church libraries were at first claustral.Old English Libraries|Ernest Savage
When they did speak to me it was with their lips hardly moving, in a claustral, clear whisper.Notes on Life and Letters|Joseph Conrad
I know thy meaning, answered Friar John; this metaphor is extracted out of the claustral kettle.
The gist of the matter was that the children constituted a hindrance to claustral discipline and devotion.Medieval English Nunneries c. 1275 to 1535|Eileen Edna Power
Each day is a festival unto them, who diligently heed the claustral proverb, De missa ad mensam.
British Dictionary definitions for claustral
Word Origin and History for claustral
"resembling a cloister," early 15c., from Middle French claustral (15c.) and directly from Medieval Latin claustralis "pertaining to a claustrum" (see cloister).