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tabernacle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Christianity
tabernacletab‧er‧nac‧le /ˈtæbənækəl $ -bər-/ noun [countable]  1 RRCa church or other building used by some Christian groups as a place of worship2 a box in which holy bread and wine are kept in Catholic churches3 the Tabernacle
Examples from the Corpus
tabernacleBy the way, we've found some children in the old tabernacle.Cloud by day and fire by night marked his presence at the tabernacle, which was quite literally in their midst.Verses 21-28: the Gershonites are in charge of transporting the curtains and coverings of the tabernacle and forecourt under Ithamar's supervision.This is the supreme significance of the tabernacle.Athelstan, taking the keys from his belt, went up beneath the winking red sanctuary lamp and opened the tabernacle door.
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