Recent Examples of pulpit from the Web
Skeptics, who had prominent pulpits, became believers, so to speak, and helped deliver the White House.
Her casket, draped in white cloth, was rolled before the pulpit.
His social media feeds, previously used for motivational quotes or to chirp at teammates, became a pulpit.
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.
Senator Douglas’ new sedition law must be enacted and enforced, suppressing all declarations that slavery is wrong, whether made in politics, in presses, in pulpits, or in private.
Saeed has been repeatedly placed under house arrest, then allowed to return to his fiery pulpit in Lahore on Fridays.
The Argentine pope hopes to use the pulpit of the Vatican, along with his status as one of the region’s most popular sons, to nudge Colombians toward forgiveness.
Over the years, Hefner has used his publishing empire — and his world-famous parties — as a sort of Bunny pulpit.
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Origin and Etymology of pulpit
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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