According to Sarum and Bangor, the thurible, as well as the lights, attended the Gospel to the lectern.
To her husband was given a thurible, filled with incense wherewith to perfume his household gods.
It is supposed to have been formed to allow a thurible to be suspended therefrom into the church below.
thurible, a censer suspended by chains and held in the hand by a priest during mass and other offices of the Romish Church.
The Pope then puts incense into the thurible for the procession, and the first Card.
thurible, thū′ri-bl, n. a censer of metal for burning frankincense.