eremitism

NOUN
  1. monasticism characterized by solitude in which the social dimension of life is sacrificed to the primacy of religious experience
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How To Use eremitism In A Sentence

  • Together with the others, it succeeded to a period of eremitism of solitary anchorites whose dwellings honeycombed the warm slopes that confront the Old Calabria
  • This is how coenobitism grew out of eremitism not only in Calabria, but in every part of the world which has been afflicted with these eccentrics. Old Calabria
  • This is how coenobitism grew out of eremitism not only in Calabria, but in every part of the world which has been afflicted with these eccentrics. Old Calabria
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