noun, plural fer·e·to·ries.
- ferdinand vi,
- ferdinand vii,
- fergus falls,
Examples from the Web for feretory
At one time, before the erection of the reredos, the feretory must have been visible from the choir.
This seriously affected Chichester, as the fate of the feretory of S. Richard was involved by the mandate.Bell's Cathedrals: Chichester (1901)|Hubert C. Corlette
The fragments now in the feretory are often very fine, but are most of them sadly mutilated.
Feretory, fer′e-tor-i, n. a shrine for relics carried in processions.