Examples of monastery in a Sentence
Gregory Mendel worked out his concepts of genetics by doing breeding experiments using pea plants in the monastery's garden.
Recent Examples of monastery from the Web
Mongolia, Millennial monks are running the country’s monasteries.
Fanciful or not, preliminary results from the stain sleuths support the notion that these volumes were heavily used tools of their trades and not just pretty objects on a monastery shelf.
As far as Armenian rites of passage go, ritualistic toasting and feasting are up there with dancing the Kochari and praying at Geghard monastery.
Their presence undercuts a Thai sense of nationhood that is girded by a triumvirate of institutions: the military, the monarchy and the Buddhist monastery.
Coach Ek, as he is called, had moved to the area after several years at a Buddhist monastery around 100 miles south, and was known to sport an amulet widely believed to protect the wearer from harm.
Long before computer servers and machines, there were monks and monasteries.
In understanding their collective project at the monastery.
In an effort to revitalize the monastery and the surrounding areas, Vardanyan, together with his partners and friends, launched the Tatev Revival project.
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Origin and Etymology of monastery
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Definition of monastery for English Language Learners
: a place where monks live and work together
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