Related formsnon·clois·tered, adjectiveun·clois·tered, adjectivewell-clois·tered, adjective
Definition for cloistered (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Origin of cloister
Related formsclois·ter·less, adjectiveclois·ter·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for cloistered
Formerly a playground for Sunday school kids, it has a spooky, cloistered feel to it.
But over the years, cloistered in their mountain keep, complete with moat, Bender and Patton became ever more reclusive.
Why should the cloistered wants of juvenile men, with baby opinions, dominate any medium and industry so many of us care about?The Video Game Industry Is Too White, Straight, and Male for Its Own Good|Tauriq Moosa|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After World War II, interstate highways opened, and new bypasses rerouted life away from cloistered downtowns.
They expect speedy action to integrate that cloistered community into the army and the workforce.
Cloistered in the life of the harem, their ideas do not reach beyond the horizon of the harem.French and Oriental Love in a Harem|Mario Uchard
The food for the cardinals is introduced by a turn, so well known in convents of cloistered communities.Leo XIII., the Great Leader|Rev. A. P. Doyle
But the Sisters of the Stricken Heart are not cloistered nuns.Sister Dolorosa and Posthumous Fame|James Lane Allen
Round these two was the wood, its leafy walls a haven of cloistered, quiet privacy.Rich Man, Poor Man|Maximilian Foster
Her essence of virginal femininity, its pure and cloistered and white-camisoled odor, bespelled Carl to fainting timidity.The Trail of the Hawk|Sinclair Lewis