antechapel

  • 1Antechapel — An te*chap el, n. The outer part of the west end of a collegiate or other chapel. Shipley. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2antechapel — noun Date: 1703 a vestibule or anteroom to a chapel or church …

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  • 3antechapel — /an tee chap euhl/, n. a room or hall before the entrance to a chapel. [1695 1705; ANTE + CHAPEL] * * * …

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  • 4antechapel — noun the outer part of the west end of a chapel …

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  • 5antechapel — anteroom to a chapel or church Ecclesiastical Terms …

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  • 6antechapel — noun a distinct part of a college chapel between the entrance and the nave or choir …

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  • 7antechapel — an·te·chap·el …

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  • 8antechapel —  Передняя часть капеллы …

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  • 9antechapel — /ˈæntitʃæpəl/ (say anteechapuhl) noun (in a school or college) an outer part or lobby at the west end of the chapel …

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  • 10antechapel — n. the outer part at the west end of a college chapel …

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  • 11Trinity College, Cambridge — Not to be confused with Trinity Hall, Cambridge. For other institutions named Trinity College, see Trinity College (disambiguation). Colleges of the University of Cambridge Trinity College …

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  • 13St Albans Cathedral — Infobox UK cathedral building name =St Albans Cathedral infobox width = image size =300px caption =St Albans Cathedral from the west, showing Grimthorpe s 19th century west front map type = map size = map caption = location =St Albans full name… …

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