verb (used with object), chap·eled, chap·el·ing or (especially British) chap·elled, chap·el·ling.
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Origin of chapel
Words nearby chapel
Example sentences from the Web for chapel
On Sunday, the community held its first in-person church service at its chapel, though everyone still wore masks for safety.How this summer could bring the pandemic relief we’re longing for|William Wan|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
By 2017 The Historic Little Wedding Chapel on Main Street, the last of the Elkton wedding chapels, had closed.How One Small Maryland Town Became the Marriage Capital of the East Coast in the Early 20th Century|Melissa August|February 11, 2021|Time
There’s a chapel in Kansas standing on the exact center of the Lower 48.Bruce Springsteen’s Super Bowl Jeep commercial pulled after news of singer’s DWI arrest|Bethonie Butler|February 11, 2021|Washington Post
So when his boss called the staff together, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif took his seat in the chapel, dressed in scrubs and surrounded by nurses and orderlies.His team is going to the Super Bowl. He’s staying on the coronavirus front lines.|Adam Kilgore|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
She noted that customarily, teams have had pregame chapel services together.Why Are The WNBA’s ‘Home’ Teams Feeling So At Home In The Bubble?|Howard Megdal|August 19, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Through a work-study program with the school, he is a Program Assistant at the UNC-Chapel Hill LGBT Center.
VATICAN CITY—In the 500 or so years since the Sistine Chapel was decorated, it has never looked so good.
Simon Fisher Turner told me he last saw Jarman lying dead in the hospital chapel.
A ‘Christian’ wedding chapel—a private business—in Idaho is suing for the right not to marry gay couples.
There, the city is apparently requiring the Hitching Post Lakeside Chapel to officiate gay weddings.
The private chapel, built out from the house on the side next Calne, had not been used for years and years.
In 1763 the chapel was enlarged, and at the same time a little more land was added to the graveyard.
Happening to cast his eyes that way, he saw a light where he had never seen one before—in the little unused chapel.
Dr. Ashton walked out of the chapel, and Val stood for a few moments where he was, looking up and down in the dim light.
The old Wesleyan chapel, in Martin Street, was fitted up for schools in 1865.
British Dictionary definitions for chapel
- a Nonconformist place of worship
- Nonconformist religious practices or doctrine
- (as adjective)he is chapel, but his wife is church Compare church (def. 8)