He was, to the eyes of men, studious and holy as an anchorite.
The church itself was frequently the habitation of the anchorite.
Why that man has conversation for the prince and the peasant—the courtier and the anchorite.
At the Tambov hermitage the anchorite Hilary, a man of saintly life, has died.
He lived in Paris more lonely than an anchorite in the deserts of Thebes.
His philosophy had made him neither an ascetic nor an anchorite.
"She is enough to tempt an anchorite," declares Mr. Murray, gallantly.
He dressed himself like an automaton, and breakfasted like an anchorite.
Dumb were its walls as when they refused to return the murmured orisons of the anchorite.
And without paying any heed to the anchorite, he was on the point of hurrying off to meet her.