trappists bowed respectfully as they entered the court yard.
Dost thou then hold with the trappists that meat is an evil?
"I wonder how trappists enjoy their meals," I finally remarked.
The trappists have a book of gestures, and are often allowed to converse by signs.
For lo, how all nature around us protests against the trappists, and the order of St. Benedict!
How I should like him to lay his next scene in a community of trappists!
But, so far as I remember, the trappists are themselves divided, and do not live under a uniform discipline.
I thought in the great silence of the trappists there would be more room for prayer.
Adelaide had, it appears, a lover, who betook himself to a convent of trappists.
Some trappists are there established, conscientiously practising their religious suicide.
1814, from French trappiste, Cistercian monk of reformed order established 1664 by abbot De Rancé of La Trappe in Normandy.