cloistered

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Adjective[edit]

cloistered (comparative more cloistered, superlative most cloistered)

  1. Dwelling or raised in, or as if in, cloisters; solitary.
  2. Isolated, protected, hidden away for the sake of maintaining innocence.
  3. Naive, lacking in worldliness.
  4. Furnished with cloisters.
    • 1624, Henry Wotton, The Elements of Architecture:
      both the Greeks and Romans [] had commonly two cloiſtered open Courts, one serving for the Womens ſide, and the other for the Men

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Verb[edit]

cloistered

  1. simple past tense and past participle of cloister