chapel Idioms & Phrases


chapel hill

  • noun a town in central North Carolina; site of the University of North Carolina
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Chapel master

  • a director of music in a chapel; the director of a court or orchestra.
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Chapel of ease

  • . (a) A chapel or dependent church built for the ease or a accommodation of an increasing parish, or for parishioners who live at a distance from the principal church. (b) A privy. (Law)
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chapel service

  • noun a service conducted in a place of worship that has its own altar
    chapel.
    • he was late for chapel
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Free chapel

  • (Eccles.), a chapel not subject to the jurisdiction of the ordinary, having been founded by the king or by a subject specially authorized. Eng. Bouvier.
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funeral chapel

  • noun a mortuary where those who knew the deceased can come to pay their last respects
    funeral parlor; funeral church; funeral home; funeral-residence; funeral parlour.
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Lady chapel

  • noun a small chapel in a church; dedicated to the Virgin Mary
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  • a chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
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side chapel

  • noun a small chapel off the side aisle of a church
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Sistine chapel

  • noun the private chapel of the popes in Rome; it was built by and named after Sixtus IV in 1473
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  • a chapel in the Vatican at Rome, built by Pope Sixtus IV., and decorated with frescoes by Michael Angelo and others.
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To build a chapel

  • (Naut.), to chapel a ship. See Chapel, v. t., 2.
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To hold a chapel

  • to have a meeting of the men employed in a printing office, for the purpose of considering questions affecting their interests.
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