chapel[ chap-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF chapel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAPEL
The chapel was thronged, the majority of members being women.
My heart fluttered as I rose to comply with the demand, and the chapel was hushed.
I avoided the house of Mr Clayton, and absented myself from his chapel.
To the major it was thenceforth chamber and chapel and monument.
So says the inscription on a large slab of black marble in the floor of the chapel.
In the afternoon, services were held in the chapel downstairs.
This chapel was one of the most sunken and dark of the old Romanesque apse.
This gentleman was a clergyman, who had no regular parish, but who preached in a chapel of his own.
Then we shall go into the chapel, where the priest Henriques waits, also all the household.
Muza made no reply, as he stalked slowly through the chapel.