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Bible school

noun

  1. a school or organized study program primarily devoted to Biblical or religious teaching, as a Sunday school, church study group, etc.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Bible school1

First recorded in 1900–05

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Example Sentences

The Bible-school service in the afternoon was as solemn and impressive as the morning.

At the close, the teacher asked all who wished to help in the Bible school to remain a few moments.

Oi'll sind ivery child o' mine ter day school an' Bible school.

In the saloons, all that morning, the subject of gossip had been the Bible school.

The interest in the night school increased; so did the interest in the Bible school.

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