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Definition of "monastical" []

  • Alternative form of monastic. (adjective)

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Use "monastical" in a sentence
  • "Ademar's Apostolic Mass was written to commemorate the planned recognition of Martial's promoted status, but the event was a failure, sabotaged by Ademar's more famous monastical contemporary, Benedict, who regarded the Martial hagiography as nonsense; Ademar tried to appeal to the pope, but was denied the chance."
  • "No one expects the presidency to be monastical of course."
  • "That which is written of Saint Francis 'five wounds, and other such monastical effects, of him and others, may justly be referred to this our melancholy; and that which Matthew Paris relates of the [6469] monk of"