from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A member of an order of nuns, affiliated with the Trappists, founded in 1827, and established chiefly in France.
- n. A sweet cordial made at a monastery of Trappist monks. Compare Benedictine, 2, chartreuse, 2.
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Margot and the other young ladies tapped the curaçao, the bénédictine, the trappistine, the chartreuse.