wailing wall


Definition of WAILING WALL

capitalized :  a surviving section of the wall which in ancient times formed a part of the enclosure of Herod's temple near the Holy of Holies and at which Jews traditionally gather for prayer and religious lament
:  a source of comfort and consolation in misfortune

First Known Use of WAILING WALL



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