nunnery

[n] - the convent of a community of nuns
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Nunnery

Nun'ner·y noun ; plural Nunneries . [ Middle English nonnerie , Old French nonerie , French nonnerie , from nonne nun, Latin nonna . See Nun .] A house in which nuns reside; a cloister or convent in which women reside for life, under religious
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nunnery

noun the convent of a community of nuns
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Nunnery

• (n.) A house in which nuns reside; a cloister or convent in which women reside for life, under religious vows. See Cloister, and Convent. • (n.) A house in which nuns reside; a cloister or convent in which women reside for life, under religious vows. See Cloister, and Convent.
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