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“You could tell by his face he was a "trappist," as Dick calls the motor-spies, and though Sir Lionel wasn't really going beyond the legal limit, he glared at our number as if he meant mischief.”
“trappist" started being used in the years between WW1 and WW11, and was popularized by Chimay in 1850.”
“Speaking spiritually, I wish we had gotten someone more on the lines of HH the Dalai Lama, or, less celebrated, almost any Catholic trappist monastic.”
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“Of course, other breweries can produce similar beers, but none can be called "Trappist" or, even "trappist-style".”
“I will admit, as the beer warms up and you get to the bottom of the snifter, the brett character becomes more charming than abrasive and gives this beer a pensive dubbel-cum-trappist-esque quality”
“Thus it was said in the town, when the Bishop does not indulge in the cheer of a cure, he indulges in the cheer of a trappist.”
“Well, maybe, even as a newbie, I've done a little research and I know that the trappist ales (like Chimay and Orval) have different types: the ale, a double (dubbel), a triple, and sometimes a quad (like New Glarus!)”
“No indeed, my dear Louis, I am neither dead nor ruined, nor have I turned pirate, trappist, or rural guard, as you might imagine in order to explain my silence these four months since I last appeared at your illustrious studio.”
“Bishop does not indulge in the cheer of a cure, he indulges in the cheer of a trappist.”
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List of words that contain the letter string *trap*. Some are obvious and apparent, such as trapezoid, while others are a bit less apparent, such as contrapuntist, ultraphysical, and intraperitoneal.
Words taken from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace.
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