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Things nunnery often describes (“nunnery ________”)
scene, walls, church, space, garden

Descriptive words:
benedictine, cistercian, old, small, first, buddhist, ancient, former, english, protestant, carmelite, little, famous, dominican, franciscan, augustinian, french, only, nearby, medieval, royal, neighbouring, century, arminian, distant, ruined, neighboring, rich, wealthy, peaceful, largest, spanish, celebrated, remote, adjacent, nearest, cloistered, popish, anglican, adjoining, suppressed, chaste, curst, quiet, fair, oldest, holy, ursuline, taoist, carthusian, richest, irish, decayed, noble, called, norbertine, italian, aristocratic, latin, canadian, orderly, secluded, turreted, premonstratensian, handsome, made, comfortable, mediaeval, world, congregational


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See nunnery used in context: 1 rhyme, 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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