Thesaurus / refectory
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Several rectangular apartments are indicated, and it is probable that the refectory extended north and south.

Thus it was that Elaine escaped observation when she left the refectory.

That night talking was allowed in the Refectory, and how the girls jabbered!

Two narrow tables, each flanked by two wooden benches, formed two long parallel lines from one end to the other of the refectory.

Les MisrablesVictor Hugo

The refectory of Saint-Jean-des-Vignes seems to date from the fourteenth.

What scenes does not the very sight of this refectory present to the imagination?

Under this great hall is a vaulted subterranean room, whose bays correspond to the bays of the refectory.

Even I fasted the entire day—of a necessity, though, for there was nothing served in the refectory!

Many interesting tombs are there visible, together with the refectory of the knights, which has been converted into a sheepfold.

The Knights TemplarsC. G. (Charles Greenstreet) Addison

In the refectory he alone could send for anything, and could allow anyone to be admitted to the common table.

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