Synsets for "ascetic"

Synset: abstainer.n.01

Synonyms: abstainer

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: someone who practices self denial as a spiritual discipline

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Lemmas: abstainer ascetic

Hypernym: religious_person

Hyponym: puritan stylite

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Synset: ascetic.a.01

Synonyms: ascetic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: pertaining to or characteristic of an ascetic or the practice of rigorous self-discipline

Examples: ascetic practices

Lemmas: ascetic ascetical

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Synset: ascetic.s.02

Synonyms: ascetic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: practicing great self-denial

Examples: Be systematically ascetic...do...something for no other reason than that you would rather not do it"- William James | a desert nomad's austere life | a spartan diet | a spartan existence

Lemmas: ascetic ascetical austere spartan

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Kshanti Similarly, in the "Jātaka" Tale, "Patience Teacher Birth Story" ("Khantivādī Jātaka": J 313), a jealous king repeatedly asked an ascetic what the ascetic taught, to which the ascetic replied, "Patience," which the ascetic further defined as "not to get angry when injured, criticized or struck." To test the ascetic's patience, the king had the ascetic struck two thousand times with a whip of thorns, had the ascetic's hands and feet axed off, cut off the ascetic's nose and ears, and then kicked the ascetic in the heart. After the king left, the ascetic wished the king a long life and said, "Those like myself do not feel wrath." The ascetic died later that day.
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Francis Thompson (disambiguation) Francis Thompson (1859–1907) was an English poet and ascetic.
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Kalyan Swami It is mentioned in old scriptures like 'Dasvishramdhaam' that Shree Kalyan Swami was 'Yog-bhrashta' ascetic.
Diadochos of Photiki Saint Diadochos of Photiki was a fifth-century ascetic whose works are included in the Philokalia.
Herlewin Ethelmaer, Elmer, or Aelmer (died 1137), also called Herlewin, was an English ascetic writer.
Monk Quotes on ascetic practices from the Akaranga Sutra as Hermann Jacobi translated it:
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Alonso Andrada Alonso Andrada (1590 – 20 June 1672) was a biographer and ascetic writer.
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Jinabhadra Jinabhadra or Vachanacharya Jinabhadragani Kshamakshmana was Jain ascetic author of Prakrit and Sanskrit texts.