conclave

All Noun
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  • It was generally expected that conclave would last very long, possibly even several months.
  • Almost no further details about this conclave are known, except of its final result.
  • He has taken part in several conclaves, and his conduct has always increased his reputation. Cited from Reflections and Moral Maxims, by Rochefoucauld
  • During the conclave, however, these two groups mixed with each other.
  • Each local conclave could set its own upper age limit.
  • In these little conclaves he came very well off. Cited from Going To Maynooth, by William Carleton
  • I would have books to write about the different conclaves.
  • Yet it is absolutely necessary that the authorities should know what is going on in these secret conclaves. Cited from The Triumphs of Eugene Valmont, by Robert Barr
  • Love affairs were discussed without ceremony, and often arranged in full family conclaves. Cited from A Daughter of Fife, by Amelia Edith Barr
  • It held a spring and fall conclave each year to induct new members.
  • They had to wait for the end of the conclave, during which a new pope would be elected.
  • It was decided, however, that they should be invited to the conclave.
  • He didn't participated to the following conclave for health reasons.
  • There is presently construction which will more than double the number of permanent residents in this artistic conclave.
  • So rather than working for consensus, the two brothers split the conclave.
  • The council decided that in future the cardinals should not leave the conclave until they had elected a pope.
  • But eventually he was also allowed to participate in the conclave.
  • ConClave is a gathering of and for all who share a sense of wonder.
  • From the beginning of the conclave, it was clear that there were only three possible winners.
  • Pius VIII was in very poor health from his election until his death one year after the conclave.
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Synonyms of conclave

Meaning of conclave

  • noun A confidential or secret meeting