Examples of tabernacle in a Sentence
worshippers gathering at the Baptist tabernacle on a bright Sunday morning
Recent Examples of tabernacle from the Web
The Ryman was founded as a tabernacle, then repurposed as a concert hall, eventually hosting WSM-AM Nashville's Grand Ole Opry for more than 30 years.
The grove consists of a former summer hotel now rented out for special events, 47 cottages now usually used as weekend getaways, an open-air tabernacle and a series of paths.
Frozen Time is a tabernacle too, but one that welcomes the viewer inside.
A group of Methodists built a tabernacle in Wesleyan Grove for open air revivals, and rows of gingerbread cottages sprang up around it.
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Origin and Etymology of tabernacle
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of tabernacle
TABERNACLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tabernacle for English Language Learners
: a place of worship that is used by some Christian groups
: a box in which the holy bread and wine are kept in a Catholic church
the Tabernacle : a small, movable tent that was used as a place of worship by the ancient Israelites
TABERNACLE Defined for Kids
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