A vessel in which incense is burned, especially during religious services.(noun)
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Use "censer" in a sentence
"“It's called a censer and it's silver, not steel,” he says, just to show how smart he is."
"A thurible (for my non-high-church readers) is also called a censer, the incense pot on the end of chains, used in worship."
"A censer is a container in which incense is burned."