Definition of 'anchorite'
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That didn't mean I began to live like an anchorite; far from it: I suppose I will always be true to my nature as a bon vivant. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1993)After all, she wasn't an anchorite - or was it an eremite - with her thoughts as her raison d'être. A DEAD LIBERTY (1993)
Extreme unction was given, and the anchorite was literally sealed in, obliged under threat of excommunication to remain there until death. RIDDLE ME THIS (1993)
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Definition of anchorite from the Collins English Dictionary
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