ambulatory[ am-byuh-luh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ambulatory
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He had met her by chance in the ambulatory on her way from Brother Bonaday's rooms.
The poet is greater than man: he is nature on two legs,—ambulatory.
It consists of a choir and ambulatory, transepts, and three bays of a nave.
There is a central apse, an ambulatory, out of which radiate five chapels.
He is said to have introduced into Normandy the ambulatory and its radiating chapels.
The sanctuary was raised above the ambulatory, with no screen between.
The system of an ambulatory capital also obtained formerly in Bolivia.
The ambulatory with its radiating chapels is of incomparable beauty.
My sketch has been taken from the "Ambulatory" at the back of, and surrounding, the choir.
Back of this, forming the eastern termination, runs an ambulatory.
"pertaining to walking;" also "shifting, not permanent," 1620s, from Latin ambulatorius "of or pertaining to a walker; movable," from ambulator, agent noun from past participle stem of ambulare "to walk" (see amble). Middle English had ambulary "movable" (mid-15c.).