side chapel

NOUN
  1. a small chapel off the side aisle of a church
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How To Use side chapel In A Sentence

  • There's also a wonderfully kitschy, pointed altar arch, and a sequence of glitzily Baroque side chapels.
  • Two other _Side Chapels_ deserve to be mentioned, viz. the two eastmost on the north side, which were the first roofed with lierne vaulting. A Short Account of King's College Chapel
  • Melendez led a group of us through the exhibition and enchanted all visitors to the side chapel by opening the sacrarium to reveal a painting of the Last Supper.
  • The funeral was conducted in one of the smaller side chapels.
  • Should a new church ever be built, I hope in a side chapel there will be an altar dedicated to St. Hannah, Virgin and Martyr; and that Your pen, worn to the bone, will be enclosed in a golden reliquaire, and preserved on the shrine. The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 4
  • In addition, above the altar in the side chapel, the church has placed a large painting by Mr Willson.
  • The side chapels were deserted, save for an elderly aristo woman who knelt on an embroidered hassock, chanting her rosary as she strung the beads along the string.
  • To her left was a corner, the interior flanking out in that direction possibly to form a side chapel.
  • A side chapel holds Jan van Eyck's Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, a huge altarpiece designed to be folded into sections, painted in 1432.
  • Two other _Side Chapels_ deserve to be mentioned, viz. the two eastmost on the north side, which were the first roofed with lierne vaulting. A Short Account of King's College Chapel
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