noun, plural sanc·tums, sanc·ta [sangk-tuh]. /ˈsæŋk tə/.
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Example sentences from the Web for sanctum
One afternoon the superintendent stopped his car at the Junction and called the little man into his sanctum.Nancy McVeigh of the Monk Road|R. Henry Mainer
"I hope I am not interrupting you," he said, as he entered the sanctum.
Error has no hobby, however boldly ridden or brilliantly caparisoned, that can leap into the sanctum of Christian Science.No and Yes|Mary Baker Eddy
When Baalim was left in charge of Dr Tom's sanctum no man dare enter it.Settling Day|Nat Gould
But he let me pass, and I ascended one of the profane lateral stairways and treated myself to a glimpse of the Sanctum Sanctorum.Italian Hours|Henry James