- non·clois·tered, adjective
- un·clois·tered, adjective
- well-cloistered, adjective
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How to use cloistered in a sentence
With its booming snare, overdrive guitars and wall of sound, it’s hard to imagine it having the same impact when dressed up in the clothes of the metallic “Reputation” or the cloistered “Folklore” eras, for example.What's the Best Song on Red? Three Passionate Taylor Swift Fans Debate | Andrew R. Chow | November 11, 2021 | Time
Although the inner workings of cloistered, fundamentalist communities have always been a source of pop-cultural curiosity, the past several years have seen an explosion in high-profile Haredi media.Netflix’s My Unorthodox Life Is More Bravo Docusoap Than Real-Life Unorthodox | Judy Berman | July 14, 2021 | Time
It’s easy to focus on an individual glimmer or ripple, and much harder to know just where to look when observing an entire world, even a cloistered one.In the galleries: Exploring how body language is a visual form of communication | Mark Jenkins | June 11, 2021 | Washington Post
The internet and eBay changed that, opening the cloistered world to a wider audience and making it possible for sneaker fans to connect across distances.StockX, a sneaker resale site, is now worth $3.8 billion | Marc Bain | April 9, 2021 | Quartz
Her novel toggles back and forth between Elena’s cloistered life in Paris, Ella’s often cryptic journals and the account that Elena writes in Ella’s voice.Amanda Dennis’s ‘Her Here’ is a spellbinding existential thriller | Lauren LeBlanc | March 11, 2021 | Washington Post
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 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Daily Pic: To capture cloistered life, Michelle Elzay dresses her photos alike.
After World War II, interstate highways opened, and new bypasses rerouted life away from cloistered downtowns.
But only a cloistered ecclesiastic can be held responsible for such military procedure.King Robert the Bruce | A. F. Murison
Are you of those who think a husband should come to them as one whose youth has been the youth of cloistered nun?Mistress Wilding | Rafael Sabatini
Now, in the convent where she is cloistered all are dressed alike, all obey the rule of the same bell, all joy is gone.Frdric Mistral | Charles Alfred Downer
Alicia bowed sweetly and the Sister inclined herself briefly with a cloistered smile.Hilda | Sarah Jeanette Duncan
Sometimes they are the work of departed saints or cloistered nuns; and a terrible waste of time they seem to our modern eyes.The College, the Market, and the Court | Caroline H. Dall
British Dictionary definitions for cloistered
secluded or shut up from the world
living in a monastery or nunnery
(of a building, courtyard, etc) having or provided with a cloister
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