altar[ awl-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF altar
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALTAR
In the midst of the barrier stood an altar, on the top of which was a brazen eagle.
The service for him was Sidney, rather awed and very serious, beside the altar.
He was of the first that were baptized by Father Letrado, and served the altar.
The Abbe Cornille, having mounted to the altar, had just come down again.
They signed some papers, there by the light of the altar candles.
I have kissed your olive wreath, where it hangs above our altar at home.
I laid it reverently on the washhand-stand, as a heart should be laid on an altar.
A broad flight of steps led up to it, with an altar at the foot.
After the king had been laid in his grave, they had killed oxen before the altar.
The inside was ornamented, too, and there was an altar in there.