Definition of Monkish. Meaning of Monkish. Synonyms of Monkish

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Definition of Monkish

Monkish
Monkish Monk"ish, a. Like a monk, or pertaining to monks; monastic; as, monkish manners; monkish dress; monkish solitude. -- Monk"ish*ness, n.

Meaning of Monkish from wikipedia

- been described as a "hard swinging player and composer with a delightful Monkish wit and drive." At twenty-one, Kendrick began a primary focus on jazz,...
- neighborhood. Ricky's bedroom was designed to be cell-like to suggest his "monkish" personality, while at the same time blending with the high-tech equipment...
- Dreja, resulting in a "crammed" albeit eclectic mix of blues, hard rock, monkish chanting ("Turn into Earth", "Ever Since the World Began") and African...
- supposedly contemplating divorce from Eleanor. This notorious affair caused a monkish scribe to transcribe Rosamund's name in Latin to "Rosa Immundi", or "Rose...
- Savoy and Beatrice of Viennois. His birth was seen as miraculous; his monkish father had despaired of having a male heir after three wives. Count Humbert...
- Old English Chronicles of Which Two Are Now First Translated from the Monkish Latin Originals: Ethelwerd's Chronicle, ****er's Life of Alfred, Geoffrey...
- a 1661 painting by Dutch Golden Age painter Gerrit Dou that depicts a monkish figure surrounded by symbols of vanitas (skull, candle, hourgl****), which...
- Old English Chronicles of Which Two Are Now First Translated from the Monkish Latin Originals: Ethelwerd's Chronicle, ****er's Life of Alfred, Geoffrey...
- Old English Chronicles of Which Two Are Now First Translated from the Monkish Latin Originals: Ethelwerd's Chronicle, ****er's Life of Alfred, Geoffrey...
- who spoke fluent Latin, commanded that Latin was not to be said "in the monkish fashion", a significant warning upon loyalties between Church and State...
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