Recent Examples of steeple from the Web
Church steeples rise among the evergreen and huge estates below.
Even the steeple that stands over Mountain Island Day School will be gone in August, when the K-12 Christian school reopens as a charter school.
However, the weather this season has caused the steeple to begin tilting more noticeably over the past four months, Davidson said.
The steeple will come down as part of roof repairs, but the cross on the front of the building will stay.
Highlights, particularly for children, are the chance to ring the church's bell in the steeple and play the tone chimes.
Within one frame, church steeples and storefronts, rooftops and alleyways, sailing ships and merchants’ carts, were all collected like odds and ends in a junk drawer.
Jim Phelan, a third-generation steeplejack, learned the death-defying trade from his father, who learned it from his father, an Irish immigrant who scaled church steeples.
With its central location along Route 44 and soaring steeple, the nearly 200-year-old Avon Congregational Church is hard to miss.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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