tabernacle / ˈtæb ərˌnæk əl /


tabernacle2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. any place or house of worship, especially one designed for a large congregation.
  2. the portable sanctuary in use by the Israelites from the time of their wandering in the wilderness after the Exodus from Egypt to the building of the Temple in Jerusalem by Solomon. Exodus 25–27.
  3. Ecclesiastical. an ornamental receptacle for the reserved Eucharist, now generally found on the altar.
v. 无主动词 verb

tab·er·nac·led, tab·er·nac·ling.

  1. to place or dwell in, or as if in, a tabernacle.

tabernacle 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. While there has been a plethora of virtual classes offering fitness routines, yoga and guided exercises, there are some who are religiously committed to actually showing UP to the tabernacles of gains.
  2. King says in a sermon a month later at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama.
  3. He could hire the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to follow Gingrich around singing “Once, Twice, Three Times a Lady” at campaign stops.
  4. In this tabernacle were people in black and white from ages past, present, and future.
  5. But you carried a tabernacle for your Moloch, and the image of your idols, the star of your god, which you made to yourselves.
  6. Tabernacle was in the distance, while men and women waded through the soggy snows to be the first to reach the train.
  7. Given in the presence of the sheriff, of Ba'tiste Renaud, of myself, and the various citizens of Tabernacle that you see here?
  8. Then I went to Tabernacle and learned that he had bought a ticket for Boston, and that he had left on a morning train.
  9. That tabernacle he had never seen; that ark he knew had long vanished out of sight.