Examples of sacristy in a Sentence
our choir robes were stored in the sacristy
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There, equipment was installed so the bell stays stationary and is rung by a moving internal clapper that is controlled electronically by a switch in the sacristy, Flanagan said.
Deacon Joe even made sure there was always Kleenex in the sacristy.
In a lawsuit filed in federal district court Tuesday, Rink is accused of molesting the boy in the sacristy, the room in a church where a priest prepares for a service.
One of Michelangelo's first sculptures is on display here—a crucifix, hanging in one of the sacristies, or rooms of the church.
Some lady, a church worker in a floral dress, was moving cardboard boxes from the altar to the sacristy.
Layton argued that a decision in favor of the church would open a Pandora's sacristy of demands by religious organizations on the public purse.
If anybody can dispel the cobwebs and vapors that have collected in the Plath sacristy, Dakota and Dunst can (fingers crossed).
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Origin and Etymology of sacristy
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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