Recent Examples of pulpit from the Web
For more than 50 years, Cook called out from pulpits, newspaper columns, books and blogs for greater caring — confronting racial and economic divisions, wars and military adventures and the tangles of reason and religion.
Her casket, draped in white cloth, was rolled before the pulpit.
Skeptics, who had prominent pulpits, became believers, so to speak, and helped deliver the White House.
His social media feeds, previously used for motivational quotes or to chirp at teammates, became a pulpit.
And advocacy groups like the Committee to Protect Journalists were moved to point out that such words, issued from the presidential pulpit, can embolden dictators who are more empowered than Mr. Trump to shape or censor coverage.
From the pulpit, leading cleric Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Movahedi Kermani urges the deeply conservative crowd to stay true to the principles of the revolution.
Kenneth Crossman often invited African American religious leaders to preach from his pulpit to his mostly white congregations.
For long-time government watchers, this is part of what’s so perplexing about President Trump's use of his bully pulpit.
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Origin and Etymology of pulpit
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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