Antonyms for cloistral

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Reuben followed him into the cloistral odors and shadows of the sitting-room.

So she loved the cloistral feeling autumn brought with it to Welsley.

But the rule was moral and academical, not cloistral or ascetic.

Their existence had a cloistral quality which appealed to something in him.

And from a thick maple on the edge of a clearing a hermit-thrush fluted slowly over and over his cloistral ecstasy.

The growth of monasticism from the hermit stage to the cloistral life has already been described.

The cloistral vice, which seems inevitable in the English public schools, is robbed 50 of any shadow of palliation.

The gates are seldom open now to the silent caravans, for the graves in the cloistral grass lie close.

Alas, I am not now up in the cloistral peacefulness of Cambridge, so I can't follow up that speculation.

We talked Cambridge and the phenomenon of war as if we had been back among the cloistral stillnesses beside the Cam.

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