Sangraal

NOUN
  1. (legend) chalice used by Christ at the Last Supper
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How To Use Sangraal In A Sentence

  • Hawker has a poem on the _Sangraal_, but it was never completed. Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook, Vol. 3
  • Sangraal of Arthurian romance is “the dish” containing Christ transubstantiated by the sacrament of the Mass, and made visible to the bodily eye of man. Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook, Vol. 3
  • This is based on the idea that the original French sangraal, which is usually taken as san graal Holy Grail, should properly be rendered as sang real—the royal blood, which they took to mean a bloodline. The Templar Revelation
  • SG-1 continues their search for the Sangraal and meet Merlin in the flesh; on DVD; see Stargate Wiki GMTV: Medieval film/TV offerings on the SciFi Channel (April 2009)
  • Sangraal poem, and the strong picture of its close might apply to this scene as forcibly as it does to its original. The Cornwall Coast
  • The Sangraal was the vessel in which the wine was contained which Mistress Margery
  • What an indefatigable traveller after mythic Sangraal! Macaria; or, Altars of Sacrifice
  • Sir Geoffrey's library is a very large one, for it consists of no less than forty-two volumes, five of which are costly illuminated manuscripts, and consist of the Quest of the Sangraal [see Note 1], the Travels of Sir John Maundeville, the Mistress Margery
  • Sangraal (1863) among them, besides short poems, of which perhaps the best known is Shall Trelawny Die? which, based as it is on an old rhyme, deceived both Scott and Macaulay into thinking it an ancient fragment. A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature
  • Vogelweide, with his bitter attacks upon the Papacy, is more typical of his class than Wolfram with his allegory of Parsifal and the Sangraal. Medieval Europe
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