Definition of claustral in English:
1Of or relating to a cloister or religious house: claustral buildings
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- Most frequently it seems it was either the abbot's lodgings or, as at Lacock Abbey, some of the claustral buildings which were adapted.
- A claustral oblate candidate may be received into the novitiate by the abbot with the consent of the chapter.
- By the 1930s it was divided into two dwellings and the several tenants of the claustral buildings included firms of printers and mineral water manufacturers.
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