Antonym: nun. Similar words: monkey, money, month, among, lemon, salmon, hormone, in common. Meaning: [mʌŋk] n. 1. a male religious living in a cloister and devoting himself to contemplation and prayer and work 2. United States jazz pianist who was one of the founders of the bebop style (1917-1982).
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4 Buddhist monk sat with folded palms.
5 The monk was subsequently venerated as a saint.
6 The young monk was released from his vows.
7 The man was a monk from Emei Mountain.
8 The young monk clangs the bell every morning.
9 The Buddhist monk disrooted a tree.
10 He became a monk after seeing Saint Apollinaris in a vision.
11 As a monk, he took vows of chastity, poverty and obedience.
12 Sometimes he went semi-shaven-headed and looked like a monk.
13 Another about a monk hiking a mountain.
14 John renounced the world when he became a monk.
15 Father Francis McLachlan first became a monk in 1924.
16 Don't play games with me, dear monk.
17 None the less, Monk and Coltrane devotees will savor this summit meeting.
18 A Buddhist monk offered prayers for their health and happiness in contrast to the royal couple's general downcast attitude.
19 Father Francis has been a monk at belmont Abbey since 1924.
20 He decided to give away everything he possessed and become a monk.
21 John gave all his possessions away and became a monk.
22 He left his successful business and life of luxury to become a monk.
23 He has died to worldly matters and become a Buddhist monk.
24 He had chosen to live the life of a monk.
25 It is thought that the manuscript is the work of a monk and dates from the twelfth century.
26 He was in his mid-thirties, tall and thin(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com] with searching eyes and hair cropped like a Buddhist monk.
27 It's understood that allegations of indecency were made by a 17 year old trainee monk in Brixton.
28 He spent several years in the monastery disguised as a monk.
29 In comparison with fabliaux like that, the misbehaviour of the monk and the wife is all too deliberate and plausible.
30 I began to pole and pray with a vigour which would have astonished any monk.
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