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Synonyms for coenobite

a member of a religious order living in common


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Whether your thing is alien-exterminating heroes, flesh-shredding Cenobites, knife-wielding psychopaths or one of the "Two Coreys," Rock & Shock promises to be not just another bug hunt or routine twirl of a demonic puzzle box.
Everyone loves a puzzle, except when they are in the form of a Chinese puzzle box which brings forth the Cenobites, a trio of S&M demons to rip you to shreds and take you to hell.
There she meets the sado-masochistic Cenobites, led by Pinhead, whose greatest pleasure is your greatest pain.
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Brothers could be said to date to the second century, the early Age of the Desert (200-500 CE), when hermits and cenobites dotted the desert in a world that had only about 20,000 Christians.
He concludes that, in contrast to the relative comfort which the former enjoyed among the desert cenobites, Eusebius "writes in cruel and rude imprisonment" and was a "victim of a persecution.