[ frith-stool ]
/ ˈfrɪθˌstʊl /
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(in Anglo-Saxon England) a seat in a church, placed near the altar, for persons who claimed the right of sanctuary.
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How to use frithstool in a sentence
There was a frithstool endowed with similar privileges at York Minster, and another at Durham.The Customs of Old England|F. J. Snell