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Definition of Anchoretic

Anchoretic
Anchoretic An`cho*ret"ic, Anchoretical An`cho*ret"ic*al, a. [Cf. Gr. ?.] Pertaining to an anchoret or hermit; after the manner of an anchoret.

Meaning of Anchoretic from wikipedia

- In Christianity, an anchorite or anc****t (female: anc****ss) is someone who, for religious reasons, withdraws from secular society so as to be able to...
- life of a Christian monastery is called cenobitic, as opposed to the anc****tic (or anchoritic) life of an anchorite and the eremitic life of a hermit...
- paragraph 20: "At one time Abba Agathon had two disciples each leading the anc****tic life according to his own measure. One day he asked the first, 'How do...
- King, Margot (n.d.). The Desert Mothers: A Survey of the Feminine Anc****tic Tradition in Western Europe. Peregrina Publishing. Archived from the original...
- a monastery in Photiki and that Epirus in the 450s at least had both anc****tic and coenobitic monastic communities. From around 460, a series of six...
- finding the monks averse to regularity he left the abbacy, and led an anc****tical life in a cave near the river Seine five years and six months. His only...
- Great Britain, his own country, accompanied him into Armorica, led an anc****tical life near him in the country of Ack, and afterwards in the isle of Baz...