meeting-house

meeting-house
n.
Church, temple, house of worship, house of God.

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  • meeting-house — (n.) also meetinghouse, 1630s, from MEETING (Cf. meeting) (n.) + HOUSE (Cf. house) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • meeting house — meeting houses N COUNT A meeting house is a building in which certain groups of Christians, for example Quakers, meet in order to worship together …   English dictionary

  • meeting-house — n a building where Quakers (=a Christian religious group) pray together …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Meeting house — A secular meeting house in the U.S. state of Vermont is primarily used for a town meeting. A meeting house describes a building where a public meeting takes place. This includes secular buildings which function like a town or city hall, and… …   Wikipedia

  • meeting house — noun columbine of eastern North America having long spurred red flowers • Syn: ↑honeysuckle, ↑Aquilegia canadensis • Hypernyms: ↑columbine, ↑aquilegia, ↑aquilege • Member Holonyms: ↑g …   Useful english dictionary

  • meeting-house — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms meeting house : singular meeting house plural meeting houses a place where quakers meet and pray …   English dictionary

  • meeting house — /ˈmitɪŋ haʊs / (say meeting hows) noun 1. a house or building for religious worship. 2. a house of worship of Quakers. 3. NZ the central community building on a Maori marae …   Australian-English dictionary

  • meeting house — n 1. church, place of worship, house of prayer, house of God, the Lord s house, (usu. in reference to Nonconformists) conventicle; basilica, cathedral, minster; chapel, oratory, sacellum, chantry, shrine, vestry, bethel; sanctuary, tabernacle;… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • meeting house — 1. a house or building for religious worship. 2. a house of worship for Quakers. Also, meetinghouse. [1625 35] * * * …   Universalium

  • meeting-house — meetˈing house noun A house or building where people, esp Quakers, meet for public worship • • • Main Entry: ↑meet …   Useful english dictionary

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