Definition of 'cloistered'
Example sentences containing 'cloistered'
If old Jack Walsh runs true to form, he'll have our Taff cloistered away in that nick twenty-four hours a day.RIOT
Decisions must have been painful to a man who had been cloistered in a college all his adult life until the Lord called him to high office.GOODBYE CURATE
Was she too cloistered in that museum of a mill, living alone with her mother among all their memories and memorabilia?GRACE
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