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Things convent often describes (“convent ________”)
life, school, schools, women, church, grounds, walls, garden, girls, chapel, ion, bells, education, wall, gardens, buildings, trotter, thoughts, gates, slope, days, friend, hospital, cellar, chanting, bank, property, street, apothecary, chronicles, rents, bell, gate, scandals, gossip, entrance, grain, ground, records, refectory, ions, doors, general, children, friendships, archives, nuns, tower, roof, rules, streets, cloister, square, sisters, building, the, cemetery, annals, training, cat, heart, palace, chronicle, library, pets, business, accounts, scheme, affairs, rebellion, debts, board, kitchen, secrets, road, farm, preserves, steps, home, reform, libraries, beer, close, complex, windows, coffee, residents, catholic, sewing, wine

How convent often is described (“________ convent”)
franciscan, old, dominican, new, carmelite, ursuline, former, whole, benedictine, large, augustinian, ancient, armenian, french, neighbouring, greek, famous, carthusian, nearby, cistercian, latin, ruined, adjoining, neighboring, century, celebrated, english, spanish, magnificent, beautiful, deserted, distant, italian, royal, suppressed, jesuit, coptic, fortified, cloistered, adjacent, rich, buddhist, holy, prior, irish, quiet, abandoned, noble, russian, splendid, obscure, parisian, medieval, roman, remote, wealthy, nearest, spacious, lonely, fashionable, beloved, gloomy, dervish, reformed, belgian, silent, immense

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See convent used in context: 4 poetry verses, 1 Shakespeare work, 4 definitions

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