What is another word for monastical?

Pronunciation: [mənˈastɪkə͡l] (IPA)

The word "monastical" refers to anything related to or resembling a monastery. Synonyms for "monastical" include monastic, cloistered, contemplative, secluded, and hermitic. The term "monastic" typically refers to someone who is devoted to religious contemplation and spiritual discipline, while "cloistered" refers to a place or environment that is reclusive or isolated. The term "contemplative" implies introspective and meditative qualities, while "secluded" refers to a place or situation that is sheltered and private. Lastly, "hermitic" implies a person or lifestyle characterized by self-imposed isolation from society and human contact. These synonyms can be used interchangeably to describe anything related to monasteries, monks, or religious traditions.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for monastical?

The word "monastical" pertains to things related to monasteries or monks. Its antonyms include secular, worldly, unspiritual, and temporal. Secular indicates the world or things that don't have any spiritual or religious influence. Wordly refers to people that are interested in the pleasures and material things in life. Unspiritual means that someone is neither religious nor moral. Temporal pertains to things that are temporary and have no eternal value. Therefore, when used in a sentence, the opposite of a monastical life would be secular life, and the opposite of monastical architecture would be worldly architecture.

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Usage examples for Monastical

The ladies of her mother's Court, shut up in almost monastical seclusion, were accustomed to amuse themselves during the long hours which intervened between the various religious exercises by dwelling on and recounting in every detail their conquests of the men whom they seldom saw except in the silence of a church or among the crowds of a Court ceremony.
"Henrietta Maria"
Henrietta Haynes
In Paris another old friend was doubtless thinking of him, for in a retirement almost monastical Madame de Chevreuse yet lived, one of the last of those who had gathered at the brilliant Court of Charles I and Henrietta Maria.
"Henrietta Maria"
Henrietta Haynes
Tickletoby, however, peremptorily bid him provide himself elsewhere, if he would, and not to hope for anything out of his monastical wardrobe....
"The Tales Of The Heptameron, Vol. IV. (of V.)"
Margaret, Queen Of Navarre

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