Cloister conjugation

English
32 examples
This verb can also mean the following: provide with, become, isolate, confine, become a roman catholic religious, provide, protect

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
cloister
cloister
cloisters
cloister
cloister
cloister
Future Simple
will cloister
will cloister
will cloister
will cloister
will cloister
will cloister
Past Simple
cloistered
cloistered
cloistered
cloistered
cloistered
cloistered
Conditional Simple
would cloister
would cloister
would cloister
would cloister
would cloister
would cloister
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am cloistering
are cloistering
is cloistering
are cloistering
are cloistering
are cloistering
Future Progressive
will be cloistering
will be cloistering
will be cloistering
will be cloistering
will be cloistering
will be cloistering
Past Progressive
was cloistering
were cloistering
was cloistering
were cloistering
were cloistering
were cloistering
Conditional Progressive
would be cloistering
would be cloistering
would be cloistering
would be cloistering
would be cloistering
would be cloistering
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have cloistered
have cloistered
has cloistered
have cloistered
have cloistered
have cloistered
Future Perfect
will have cloistered
will have cloistered
will have cloistered
will have cloistered
will have cloistered
will have cloistered
Past Perfect
had cloistered
had cloistered
had cloistered
had cloistered
had cloistered
had cloistered
Conditional Perfect
would have cloistered
would have cloistered
would have cloistered
would have cloistered
would have cloistered
would have cloistered
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been cloistering
have been cloistering
has been cloistering
have been cloistering
have been cloistering
have been cloistering
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been cloistering
will have been cloistering
will have been cloistering
will have been cloistering
will have been cloistering
will have been cloistering
Past Perfect Progressive
had been cloistering
had been cloistering
had been cloistering
had been cloistering
had been cloistering
had been cloistering
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been cloistering
would have been cloistering
would have been cloistering
would have been cloistering
would have been cloistering
would have been cloistering

Examples of cloister

Example in English
Do not enter such a high ceiling... unless you are tired of the world. Sister leave the cloister".
Some deputies of a noble cloister have come to us.
will take the veil in the cloister nearby."
It's a cloister.
On a spike in traitor's cloister.
Do not enter such a high ceiling... unless you are tired of the world. Sister leave the cloister".
Some deputies of a noble cloister have come to us.
will take the veil in the cloister nearby."
It's a cloister.
On a spike in traitor's cloister.
There's a trap door in the cloisters.
And what tempted you from shady cloisters on this little jaunt, hm?
Anyway, the other day, one of the fellows from the estate was found in the chapel cloisters.
Are the north cloisters ready?
Canterbury University College... weathered gray stone buildings, shadowed cloisters.
There's a trap door in the cloisters.
And what tempted you from shady cloisters on this little jaunt, hm?
Anyway, the other day, one of the fellows from the estate was found in the chapel cloisters.
Are the north cloisters ready?
Canterbury University College... weathered gray stone buildings, shadowed cloisters.
Ma'am, the image of the American secretary of state cloistered behind a curtain because she's a woman...
A martyr, behind those shutters, cloistered in her room.
And for six years now we've been positively cloistered.
Anyway, sister, you now have your freedom It would be unthinkable for you to go back to being cloistered again
Brown vestments means you're Carmelites, cloistered nuns, which explains the chaperone.
Antoinette responded by cloistering herself behind the gilded gates of Versailles.
Ma'am, the image of the American secretary of state cloistered behind a curtain because she's a woman...
A martyr, behind those shutters, cloistered in her room.
And for six years now we've been positively cloistered.
Anyway, sister, you now have your freedom It would be unthinkable for you to go back to being cloistered again
Brown vestments means you're Carmelites, cloistered nuns, which explains the chaperone.
Antoinette responded by cloistering herself behind the gilded gates of Versailles.

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