Lamasery [noun]

Definition of Lamasery:

place where monks live

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Sentence/Example of Lamasery:

Their astral bodies have departed from them, to be present at the feast of lamps in the holy Lamasery of Rudok in Tibet.

Far below on a yellow hillside hung the Kanjut Lamasery above Rinchengong.

I remembered sitting on a hillside near a lamasery, which was surrounded by a small village of Lamas' houses.

They enter the lamasery when very young, and remain students for many years.

I took this chance to make an offering of five hundred rupees to the Lamasery.

Half-a-league front the Lamasery, on the banks of the Toula, is a commercial station of Chinese.

The Lama King was in a yellow palanquin, carried by four horses, each led by a dignitary of the Lamasery.

The Lamas had dispersed, and people began to regard the very existence of the Lamasery as extremely compromised.

The Lamasery stands on the northern bank of the river, on the slope of a mountain.

Thirty thousand Lamas dwell in the Lamasery itself, or in smaller Lamaseries erected about it.