Recent Examples of pulpit from the Web
Others returned to the pulpit, preaching a gospel of racial liberation.
McCloskey realized that his calling was not to the pulpit, but to the work of freeing the wrongly convicted.
D’Alesandro remembers thinking, when ministers might be able to quell the anger from their pulpits.
Whether speaking from the pulpit in Kampala or at social functions, the 59-year-old has become Uganda’s most ardent promoter of Islamic banking, a practice the nation is set to follow neighbors Kenya and Tanzania in adopting after years of debate.
Similarly, the fruit of my jack-in-the-pulpit flops to the ground in the fall, the moist flesh disintegrates over the winter and seeds sprout.
On this one, kill him, take him to his church, dump him in the pulpit. .
While Cruz took the pulpit this week, the Senate’s other member from the Lone Star State, Republican John Cornyn, began drafting legislation to reform RFS, according to a Cornyn aide.
And the New York Times takes a look at how politics from the pulpit is splitting evangelicals.
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Origin and Etymology of pulpit
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of pulpit for English Language Learners
: a raised platform where a priest or minister stands when leading a worship service
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