noun, plural ci·bo·ri·a [si-bawr-ee-uh, -bohr-]. /sɪˈbɔr i ə, -ˈboʊr-/.
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Nor can we forget the foamy ciborium of the Church of St Lawrence.Great Artists, Vol 1.|Jennie Ellis Keysor
The cover, fallen to one side, had a number of bullet marks, as the ciborium itself had.Our Part in the Great War|Arthur Gleason
Upon the altar are two candlesticks and a ciborium: rising out of the latter is the figure of our Blessed Lord.Churches and Church Ornaments|William Durandus
At the centre of the chord stood the high altar beneath a ciborium, resting on four pillars of porphyry.
The altar stands beneath a lofty ciborium, supported by marble columns, with a canopy on smaller shafts above.