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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of encloister.
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According to the present common law every convent or monastery of regulars must, on its completion, be encloistered.
Strictly speaking, the whole enclosed space -- house and garden -- ought to be encloistered.
Women are strictly forbidden to enter the encloistered portions of a house of male religious.
The smoke also of the train as it skirts the Downs is part and parcel of what has become (thanks to the trains) our encloistered country life; the smoke of the trains is a little smudge of human activity which permits us to match our incomparable seclusion with the hurly-burly from which we have fled.
Volpatte, after half an hour of fruitless paces and encloistered loneliness.
"Why, since no man is born to damnation, and since by your reasoning the world must mean damnation, then all men should be encloistered, and soon, thus, there would be an end to man.