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Convent

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CIDE DICTIONARY

Conventn. [L. conventus a meeting, LL. also, a convent. See Convene, v. i.].
  •  A coming together; a meeting.  [1913 Webster]
    "A usual ceremony at their [the witches] convents or meetings."  [1913 Webster]
  •  An association or community of recluses devoted to a religious life; a body of monks or nuns.  [1913 Webster]
    "One of our convent, and his [the duke's] confessor."  [1913 Webster]
  •  A house occupied by a community of religious recluses; a monastery or nunnery.  [1913 Webster]
    "One seldom finds in Italy a spot of ground more agreeable than ordinary that is not covered with a convent."
Syn. -- Nunnery; monastery; abbey. See Cloister.
Conventv. i. [L. conventus, p. p. of convenire. See Convene, v. i.].
  •  To meet together; to concur.  Beau. & Fl.  [1913 Webster]
  •  To be convenient; to serve.  [1913 Webster]
    "When that is known and golden time convents."  [1913 Webster]
Conventv. t. 
     To call before a judge or judicature; to summon; to convene.  Shak.  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

Convent, n.
1 a religious community, esp. of nuns, under vows.
2 the premises occupied by this.
3 (in full convent school) a school attached to and run by a convent.

Etymology
ME f. AF covent, OF convent f. L conventus assembly (as CONVENE)

DEVIL DICTIONARY

Convent

n. A place of retirement for woman who wish for leisure to meditate upon the vice of idleness.

ROGET THESAURUS

Convent

Temple

N temple, place of worship, house of God, house of prayer, temple, cathedral, minster, church, kirk, chapel, meetinghouse, bethel, tabernacle, conventicle, basilica, fane, holy place, chantry, oratory, synagogue, mosque, marabout, pantheon, pagoda, joss house, dogobah, tope, kiosk, kiack, masjid, parsonage, rectory, vicarage, manse, deanery, glebe, Vatican, bishop's palace, Lambeth, altar, shrine, sanctuary, Holy of Holies, sanctum sanctorum, sacristy, sacrarium, communion table, holy table, Lord's table, table of the Lord, pyx, baptistery, font, piscina, stoup, aumbry, sedile, reredos, rood loft, rood screen, chancel, quire, choir, nave, aisle, transept, vestry, crypt, golgotha, calvary, Easter sepulcher, stall, pew, pulpit, ambo, lectern, reading desk, confessional, prothesis, credence, baldachin, baldacchino, apse, belfry, chapter house, presbytery, anxious-bench, anxious-seat, diaconicum, jube, mourner's bench, mourner's seat, cloisters, churchyard, monastery, priory, abbey, friary, convent, nunnery, cloister, claustral, cloistered, monastic, monasterial, conventual, ne vile fano, there's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple.

Exclusion

N exclusion, nonadmission, omission, exception, rejection, repudiation, exile, noninclusion, preclusion, prohibition, separation, segregation, seposition, elimination, expulsion, cofferdam, excluding, exclusive, excluded, unrecounted, not included in, inadmissible, exclusive of, barring, except, with the exception of, save, bating, exclusion, seclusion, exclusion, seclusion, privacy, retirement, reclusion, recess, snugness, delitescence, rustication, rus in urbe, solitude, solitariness, isolation, loneliness, estrangement from the world, voluntary exile, aloofness, cell, hermitage, convent, sanctum sanctorum, depopulation, desertion, desolation, wilderness, howling wilderness, rotten borough, Old Sarum, exclusion, excommunication, banishment, exile, ostracism, proscription, cut, cut direct, dead cut, inhospitality, inhospitableness, dissociability, domesticity, Darby and Joan, recluse, hermit, eremite, cenobite, anchoret, anchorite, Simon Stylites, troglodyte, Timon of Athens, Santon, solitaire, ruralist, disciple of Zimmermann, closet cynic, Diogenes, outcast, Pariah, castaway, pilgarlic, wastrel, foundling, wilding, secluded, sequestered, retired, delitescent, private, bye, out of the world, out of the way, the world forgetting by the world forgot, snug, domestic, stay-at-home, unsociable, unsocial, dissocial, inhospitable, cynical, inconversable, unclubbable, sauvage, troglodytic, solitary, lonely, lonesome, isolated, single, estranged, unfrequented, uninhabitable, uninhabited, tenantless, abandoned, deserted, deserted in one's utmost need, unfriended, kithless, friendless, homeless, lorn, forlorn, desolate, unvisited, unintroduced, uninvited, unwelcome, under a cloud, left to shift for oneself, derelict, outcast, banished, noli me tangere, among them but not of them, and homeless near a thousand homes I stood, far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife, makes a solitude and calls it peace, magna civitas magna solitudo, never less alone than when alone, O sacred solitude! divine retreat!.


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