[ UK /lˈɛktən/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɛktɝn/ ]
  1. desk or stand with a slanted top used to hold a text at the proper height for a lecturer
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How To Use lectern In A Sentence

  • One of the most important aspects of a room intended for AV based presentation or instruction is the lectern or presentation millwork.
  • Donald Rumsfeld habitually wore a cilice when standing at his lectern to help him stay awake through 15 hour work days. I win!
  • The lectern was draped in yellow silk sheets.
  • Next up to the lectern was the protesters 'lawyer, Margie Phelps. High Court Struggles With Military Funerals Case
  • A chained Bible stands on a lectern; another Bible, "bought May the tenth 1683," as the inscription runs on the title-page, "by William Saxby of Surry Esq., for the use and benefitt of all good Christians" is in use to-day. Highways and Byways in Surrey
  • The lectern was draped in yellow silk sheets.
  • Later the padre and I wheeled the brass eagle lectern from the church to St Oswald's Church, Fulford, where it is still used.
  • The lectern end of the hall is tucked under a volume that thrusts into the two-story space.
  • Martin stood on the dais where the lectern usually sat, a low brazier to either side.
  • Casting the lectern aside, he stood at the front of the stage, oozing boyish charm and melting more than a few hearts in the audience.
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