A room in a church housing the sacred vessels and vestments; a vestry.(noun)
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Use "sacristy" in a sentence
"In the sacristy is a horrid and appropriate image of the bad thief."
"A sacristy is a room where sacred vessels and vestments are kept."
"ALLEN: Well, he is in a room called the sacristy, which is, if you like, the prep room for priests before the mass."