claustral


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claustral, cloistral

Pertaining to a cloister.
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Hume recognized as much, in a solipsistic passage quoted later in this article which adopts Addison's "narrow Compass" while making it a claustral condition of all perception.
It is situated in the oldest part of the claustral buildings, the Walcher Undercroft, and is particularly suited to children.
Gothic claustral space, replete with hamburger boxes and candy bar