Word:

Pulpit

Pul´pit
n.1.
1.An elevated place, or inclosed stage, in a church, in which the clergyman stands while preaching.
I stand like a clerk in my pulpit.
- Chaucer.
2.The whole body of the clergy; preachers as a class; also, preaching.
3.A desk, or platform, for an orator or public speaker.
a.1.Of or pertaining to the pulpit, or preaching; as, a pulpit orator; pulpit eloquence.
Noun1.Pulpitpulpit - a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it
ambo, apostleship, balcony, call, care of souls, catafalque, dais, desk, emplacement, estrade, floor, gallery, heliport, holy orders, hustings, landing, landing pad, landing stage, launching pad, lectern, pastorage, pastoral care, pastorate, platform, podium, priesthood, priestship, rabbinate, reading desk, rostrum, sacred calling, soapbox, stage, step terrace, stump, terrace, the church, the cloth, the desk, the ministry, the pulpit, tribunal, tribune, vocation
Translate Pulpit to Spanish, Translate Pulpit to German, Translate Pulpit to French
Browse
pulmonary valve
pulmonary vein
Pulmonata
Pulmonate
Pulmonated
Pulmonibranchiata
Pulmonibranchiate
Pulmonic
Pulmonifera
Pulmoniferous
Pulmotor
Pulp
pulp cavity
pulp magazine
Pulpatoon
Pulpiness
-- Pulpit --
Pulpited
Pulpiteer
Pulpiter
Pulpitical
Pulpitish
Pulpitry
Pulpous
pulpwood
Pulpy
Pulque
pulsar
Pulsate
Pulsatile
Pulsatilla
Pulsatilla occidentalis
Pulsatilla patens
Definitions Index: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

About this site and copyright information - Online Dictionary Home - Privacy Policy