Entry: votaried (adj.)
In context: "...he's invited to go chill for a bit in the Clipperton Suite, to maybe meditate on some of the other ways to succeed besides votaried self-transcendence and gut-sucking-in and hard daily slogging toward a distant goal you can maybe, if you get there, live with."
Definition: This inflection isn't in the dictionaries I checked, but you can figure it out from votary (n.) and votary (adj.);
(n.): One who is bound by vows to a religious life; a monk or nun.
(adj.): Of persons: Consecrated by a vow; devoted to a religious life.
Of mode of life: Subject to vows.
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary