A building used for public meetings and especially for Protestant or Quaker religious services.(noun)
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Use "meetinghouse" in a sentence
"That seems high, except I biked to work nearly every day, 7. 2km, and the Quaker meetinghouse is 9km, and I biked to various evening events once or twice a month too.]"
"I don't disparage the fare, mother, that thee gives us at the meetinghouse, that is, when thee does give us any, but"
"The meetinghouse is a neat plain building, in perfect repair, still used by the Friends at Ulverstone and the neighbourhood for religious worship."