cenobite

[n] - a member of a religious order living in common
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Cenobite

Cen'o·bite noun [ Latin coenobita , from Greek koino`bios ; koino`s common + bi`os life: confer French cénobite .] One of a religious order, dwelling in a convent, or a community, in opposition to an anchoret, or hermit, who lives in solitude. Gibbon
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cenobite

coenobite noun a member of a religious order living in common
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Cenobite

• (n.) One of a religious order, dwelling in a convent, or a community, in opposition to an anchoret, or hermit, who lives in solitude.
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Cenobite

[Hellraiser] The Cenobites are extradimensional beings who appear in the works of Clive Barker, including the novella The Hellbound Heart and the nine Hellraiser films. They are also mentioned, in passing, in the novel Weaveworld, in which they are referred to as “The Surgeons.” The Cenobites vary in number, appearance, and motivations
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Cenobite

Cenobitic (or coenobitic) monasticism is a monastic tradition that stresses community life. Often in the West, the community belongs to a religious order and the life of the cenobitic monk is regulated by a religious rule, a collection of precepts. The older style of monasticism, to live as a hermit, is called eremitic; and a third form of monasti
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cenobite

monk; member of religious group
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