Synonyms for tabernacle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TABERNACLE
Where were the Tabernacle and the ark of God placed after the land was won?
The formation of the tabernacle proves that it typifies the mother's womb.
But in either case the altar in question is not of the Church but of the Tabernacle.
Are we not at the same time the cradle and the tabernacle of that god?
The stars were shining before they quitted the Arabian tabernacle of Besso.
He said this, and was lost in the curtains of his tabernacle.
There's nothing in Tabernacle—and no place for any one who isn't destitute.
Was Talmage placed in the Tabernacle because he was of real inferiority to other preachers.
He gloried in it, and declared it openly in and out of the Tabernacle.
He bowed before the tabernacle, raising his hands, stretched out his arms.
mid-13c., "portable sanctuary carried by the Israelites in the wilderness," from Old French tabernacle (12c.), from Latin tabernaculum "tent," especially "a tent of an augur" (for taking observations), diminutive of taberna "hut, cabin, booth" (see tavern). Transferred late 14c. to the Temple in Jerusalem (which continued its function). Sense of "house of worship" first recorded 1690s. The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles (mid-October) was observed as a thanksgiving for harvest.