Back of, and adjoining this, is the sanctum sanctorum; the Prophet's own private bedroom.
But this was nothing to the task of entering the sanctum sanctorum.
The grand parlor was the sanctum sanctorum, where the passion for cleaning was indulged without control.
The den of Cacus, or sanctum sanctorum, could not have hid me from you.
This, her sanctum sanctorum, was a roomy apartment with three windows, each shaded by white cotton curtains.
If you are very quick, I can get you into my sanctum sanctorum.
All around the inside of this sanctum sanctorum and along the extended sides sit those who are called to the dance.
For other voices were raised, coming from the stockade which railed in the esibayaneni—the sanctum sanctorum.
My name had been announced, and I passed rapidly on to the sanctum sanctorum.
Even as he walked toward the door to the sanctum sanctorum, he grimaced sourly at her.
Latin for “holy of holies.” The place in the Jewish temple in Jerusalem where the Ark of the Covenant was kept. By extension, a sacred and private place.