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claustral

adjective claus·tral \ˈkls-trəl\

Definition of CLAUSTRAL

:  cloistral

Origin of CLAUSTRAL

Middle English, from Medieval Latin claustralis, from claustrum cloister, from Latin, bar, bolt, confining space, from claudere
First Known Use: 15th century

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