tabernacle

Part of speech: verb

To dwell in a tent.

Part of speech: noun

A tent, booth, or other slight shelter.

Part of speech: noun

A house of worship; especially, the portable sanctuary used by the Israelites in the wilderness.

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Usage examples "tabernacle":

  1. Only a few, comparatively, could have been absent at any one time in attendance on the Tabernacle. - "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.
  2. It is not the detailed exposition of each word and clause, almost of each comma, which marks the mingled insight and literalism of a Chalmers, an Alexander Maclaren, a Taylor of the Broadway Tabernacle. - "Preaching and Paganism", Albert Parker Fitch.
  3. Then I went to Tabernacle and learned that he had bought a ticket for Boston, and that he had left on a morning train. - "The White Desert", Courtney Ryley Cooper.