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Definition of "house of worship" [house of worship]

  • A religious edifice; a church, temple, or similar place where believers go to practice their faith. (noun)

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Use "house of worship" in a sentence
  • "Reflexively, I began to sing the praises of Cross Timbers Community Church, the house of worship my family attends near our residence in Flower Mound, Texas."
  • "Every house of worship that wants to run an effective program and that's willing to abide by our constitution – from the largest mega-churches and synagogues to the smallest store-front churches and mosques – can and will have access to the information and support they need to run that program."
  • "The closest house of worship to me was the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer on Lexington Avenue and Sixty-sixth Street, and I set out for the one-block stroll from my apartment."