meeting-house

  • 1 meeting-house — (n.) also meetinghouse, 1630s, from MEETING (Cf. meeting) (n.) + HOUSE (Cf. house) (n.) …

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  • 2 meeting house — meeting houses N COUNT A meeting house is a building in which certain groups of Christians, for example Quakers, meet in order to worship together …

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  • 3 meeting-house — n a building where Quakers (=a Christian religious group) pray together …

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  • 4 Meeting house — A secular meeting house in the U.S. state of Vermont is primarily used for a town meeting. A meeting house describes a building where a public meeting takes place. This includes secular buildings which function like a town or city hall, and… …

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  • 5 meeting house — noun columbine of eastern North America having long spurred red flowers • Syn: ↑honeysuckle, ↑Aquilegia canadensis • Hypernyms: ↑columbine, ↑aquilegia, ↑aquilege • Member Holonyms: ↑g …

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  • 6 meeting-house — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms meeting house : singular meeting house plural meeting houses a place where quakers meet and pray …

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  • 7 meeting house — /ˈmitɪŋ haʊs / (say meeting hows) noun 1. a house or building for religious worship. 2. a house of worship of Quakers. 3. NZ the central community building on a Maori marae …

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  • 8 meeting house — n 1. church, place of worship, house of prayer, house of God, the Lord s house, (usu. in reference to Nonconformists) conventicle; basilica, cathedral, minster; chapel, oratory, sacellum, chantry, shrine, vestry, bethel; sanctuary, tabernacle;… …

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  • 9 meeting house — 1. a house or building for religious worship. 2. a house of worship for Quakers. Also, meetinghouse. [1625 35] * * * …

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  • 10 meeting-house — n. Church, temple, house of worship, house of God …

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  • 11 meeting-house — meetˈing house noun A house or building where people, esp Quakers, meet for public worship • • • Main Entry: ↑meet …

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  • 12 meeting house — meet•ing•house [[t]ˈmi tɪŋˌhaʊs[/t]] n. rel a building for religious worship • Etymology: 1625–35 …

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  • 13 meeting house — noun a Quaker place of worship …

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  • 14 meeting-house — noun (C) a building where Quakers worship …

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  • 15 Meeting House of the Friends Meeting of Washington — U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 16 Meeting House of the Second Parish in Woburn — U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 17 Meeting House Hill School — is located in New Fairfield, Connecticut and has approximately 750 students. Each homeroom averages about 24 students and each grade level has ten or eleven classes. The school, with grades 3 5, is in between the primary and middle school grades …

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  • 18 Meeting House Hill, Delaware — Meeting House Hill is an unincorporated community in New Castle County, Delaware, United States.[1] References ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Meeting House Hill, Delaware …

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  • 19 Meeting House Green — may refer to: Meetinghouse Green Historic District, Ipswich, Massachusetts The green in Haddam Center Historic District in Connecticut Some other specific village green This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …

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  • 20 Meeting House Court —    1) West out of Miles Lane at No. 7 (P.O. Directory). In Candle wick Ward.    First mention: O. and M. 1677. But in this map there seems to be some confusion with Fann Court, the names of these two streets being reversed.    Called Meeting… …

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