How to use Ascetic in a sentence as a noun

Ascetic used as an adjective and noun.

The beauty of a cuckoo is in its notes, that of a woman in her unalloyed devotion to her husband, that of an ugly person in his scholarship, and that of an ascetic in his forgiveness.

How to use Ascetic in a sentence as a adjective

I don't follow those two extremes: 100% crazy worldly way or 100% daydreamer ascetic way. I prefer to identify myself with a salon barber ... to cut any dirty long haired head or beard, and to put vitamins for bald heads to make them healthier and more clever. Motto: middle way beauty salon, the hair-dresser for smart men

Quote Examples using Ascetic

With the coming of the new presidential term comes the approval of the new members of the cabinet. The republicans will once again "try to throw a monkey wrench into the process." They will prolong the confirmations of these positions and waste legislative opportunities. Do they really want to improve the confidence of the american people or confidence in the economy? I bet they are all shorting the stock market. Republicans have voted in large numbers to deny victims of Sandy money for help. There is a time for austerity, but not all at once. As proven is Greece, it will kill the economy. This is also not the time for politics.

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Anastasia was from Rome. She was the daughter of Praepextatus and Fausta and was beautiful in appearance, virtuous and from a wealthy family. Her mother instructed her in the faith of Christ. After her mother's death, she was given in marriage to a pagan named Publius Patricius. He subjected his wife to beatings and would keep her slaved in the house. She endured these torments for a short time since Publius drowned early in their marriage. As a young widow, she never remarried and secretely dedicated her time to the poor, those in prisons and served their needs daily. She would wash their wounds and especially console them during their anguish. Through her intercessions and prayers, she healed many from the effects of potions, poisons, spells and other harmful substances. This is how she received the honour of Deliverer of Potions. Her deeds and miracles spread throughout the area and her fame brought about her arrest under Diocletian's persecutions. She was tortured and endured many torments and was eventually put to death by fire in the year 290. In the fifth century the relics of the saint were transferred to Constantinople, where a church was built and dedicated to her. This was the church where St. Andrew the Fool-for-Christ was brought to be cured from his foolishness, there St. Anastasia appeared to him in a dream and encouraged him to continue his ascetic feat. Later her head and one of her hands were transferred to the Monastery of St. Anastasia the Pharmokolitria, Chalkidiki of Greece.

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Rozumiem, że można być religijnym, ale to już przegięcie...

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I bet the woman who just knocked on my parents door asking about the new houses to built wishes shed picked another house!! Lol

While you are losing $20-$100 per paycheck starting this week, Obama is heading back to Hawaii for vacation, costing taxpayers over $7 million. Remember that when you get reduced paychecks next week.

I like the added touch of the gag in his mouth. Has to be an improvement over what he usually spews from that orifice.

Ascetic definitions

noun

someone who practices self denial as a spiritual discipline

See also: abstainer

adjective

practicing great self-denial

See also: ascetical austere spartan

adjective

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

See also: ascetical