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n. [French, Italian] A woman devoted to a religious life, living in a cloister or house secluded from the world, and vowed to celibacy , &c. ;- also a woman devoted to religious and charitable service, but not cloistered, and not bound to celibacy ; beguine ; sister of charity ;- a kind of white fancy pigeon ;- the blue titmouse.
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