hermitage

[ hur-mi-tij or for 3, er-mi-tahzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF hermitage

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HERMITAGE

At the Tambov hermitage the anchorite Hilary, a man of saintly life, has died.

Why not go to the Hermitage since my push-cart income permits of it?

The other day, one 222 who visited the Hermitage, spoke to me of you, O Khalid.

Rather let us to the Hermitage, Reader, and with an honest heart; in earnest, not in sport.

It was a charming refuge—a hermitage in the midst of a crowd.

Let us now return to the Hermitage, and the quiet lives of those who dwelt there.

The Hermitage that night proved a fitting field for her generalship.

And when he had come to the hermitage, you may be sure he had good cheer.

And on a day it befell him that he was benighted in a hermitage.

And I long to see once more my favourite haunt, the Hermitage of Braid.

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