Translation of asceticism in Spanish:

asceticism

ascetismo, n.

Pronunciation: /əˈsɛdəˌsɪzəm//əˈsɛtɪsɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    ascetismo masculine
    • With regard to marriage Luther pursues the same idea: The marital relationship between a man and a woman is true chastity and of higher value than monastic asceticism.
    • In his time the religious energy and zeal were flowing away from the empirical world into the desert of otherworldliness, asceticism and renunciation.
    • He had now experienced both the extremes of a life of ease and comfort (as a prince) and the life of extreme austerity and asceticism.
    • The icon, in particular, is a practical form of art, dealing directly with questions of spiritual life such as holiness and asceticism.
    • This Pharisee was boasting, in other words, of an asceticism beyond the norm.