CHAPEL in a Sentence

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 Meanings and Examples of CHAPEL
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chapel
 n.  place of worship that is smaller than and subordinate to a church; service conducted in a chapel
Classic Sentence: (105 in 8 pages)
1  Only prayers in the chapel and then bed.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  The bell rang for night prayers and he filed out of the study hall after the others and down the staircase and along the corridors to the chapel.
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3  The corridors were darkly lit and the chapel was darkly lit.
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4  There was cold night air in the chapel and the marbles were the colour the sea was at night.
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5  There was a cold night smell in the chapel.
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6  It was not like the smell of the old peasants who knelt at the back of the chapel at Sunday mass.
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7  He heard the voice of the prefect of the chapel saying the last prayers.
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8  The cars drove past the chapel and all caps were raised.
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9  Then he would have a dead mass in the chapel like the way the fellows had told him it was when Little had died.
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10  And they would carry the coffin out of the chapel slowly and he would be buried in the little graveyard of the community off the main avenue of limes.
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11  It was not the chapel but still you had to speak under your breath.
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12  A score of the younger boys in white knickers and singlets came pattering down from the stage, through the vestry and to the chapel.
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13  The vestry and chapel were peopled with eager masters and boys.
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14  A little troop of Neapolitan peasants were practising their steps at the end of the chapel, some circling their arms above their heads, some swaying their baskets of paper violets and curtsying.
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15  In a dark corner of the chapel at the gospel side of the altar a stout old lady knelt amid her copious black skirts.
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Example Sentence:
1  He built a chapel as a shrine to the memory of his dead wife.
2  The college/hospital/prison has its own chapel.
3  There was the muffled sound of organ practice coming from the chapel.
4  His recently completed chapel for Fitzwilliam is attracting favourable comment.
5  Sister Francesca entered the chapel, took her seat, and promptly fell asleep.
6  Slightly smaller than the shrine, the chapel is also a domed structure cruciform in plan.