Little Entrance

nounEastern Church.
  1. the solemn procession in which the book of the Gospels is carried through the nave of the church and into the bema.

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How to use Little Entrance in a sentence

  • On the side of the garden facing the church, was a Little Entrance-gate, amid the clusters of laurels and other shrubs.

  • She turned from the window, and wandered into the Little Entrance hall, and unbarred a shutter to see if Roger were coming back.

    Notwithstanding | Mary Cholmondeley
  • The Little Entrance hall was worse than a question, it was a problem, but I finally solved it.

    The House in Good Taste | Elsie de Wolfe
  • They were locked, but the Little Entrance by the tumble-down cottage stood open, and passing through this I started up the drive.

    A Bid for Fortune | Guy Boothby
  • So she made a very clever little roof or dome of grasses and straw over the nest with a Little Entrance on one side.

    The Adventures of Bob White | Thornton W. Burgess