Origin of cloister garth
First recorded in 1840–50
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Examples from the Web for cloister garth
Viewed from the north-west corner of the cloister-garth, the pile is seen perhaps at its best.
The next bay contains traces of a doorway into the cloister-garth that has been blocked.
The cloister-garth was used as a place of sepulture, as well as the surrounding alleys.
Their graceful windows and long gray arcades contrast splendidly with the greensward of the cloister-garth.England, Picturesque and Descriptive