Noun(1) a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it
(1) Even the most rational and least decorated of Protestant churches had an unmissable pulpit for the spreading of the Word.(2) Abbot Samson of Bury St Edmunds is said to have preached in the vernacular to his English audience, going so far as to erect a pulpit in the abbey church so that he might be heard clearly.(3) The pulpit in the church is designed like the prow of a boat.(4) The importance of provocative teaching from the pulpit is to remind and encourage persons of all ages to hear anew the call to discipleship which God issues.(5) However, standard equipment includes a bow pulpit , life lines and rails.(6) the movies could rival the pulpit as an agency moulding the ideas of the mass public(7) Blogs range from offering recipes to requests for prayers, to moving spiritual reflections and writings about saints to polemics about political correctness in the pulpit .(8) His book is Growth Fetish and if it weren't for the fact that he was trained as an economist, you might expect him to be holding forth in a church pulpit on the evil of mammon.(9) Along the deck, out onto the pulpit and then farther out along the bowsprit he fled, as far away from her as he could get, while the porridge was arguing vigorously with his stomach now, and was not laughing.(10) Church ministers swapped the pulpit for the catwalk yesterday as they modelled the latest clerical designs at the clergy's answer to London Fashion Week.(11) So he took a bible in one hand and his tape recorder in the other, stood at the little pulpit , a preached a short sermon in Mandarin Chinese.(12) With its integrated swim platform and bow pulpit , the deck of the 300 Fiesta Vee has the appearance and feel of a larger boat.(13) I hung over the side of the pulpit and saw that the bobstay chain was shackled to the end cap on the bowsprit, so I hunted up a wrench and another shackle.(14) I will grant you that ├ö├ç├┐provocation├ö├ç├û may not be the most socially acceptable form of teaching from the pulpit .(15) They actually like to see more correlation from the pulpit of their religious commitment and how it affects public policy.(16) The declaration promises that clergy and lay leaders will preach acceptance for homosexuality from the pulpit and in Sunday school.
(1) bully pulpit :: pulpud bwli
1. stand ::
2. lectern ::
3. platform ::
4. podium ::
5. stage ::
6. dais ::
7. rostrum ::
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