noun, plural se·dil·i·a [se-dil-ee-uh] /sɛˈdɪl i ə/. Ecclesiastical.
Origin of sedile
Examples from the Web for sedile
The sanctuary contains a sedile and piscina, and a stoup and a rougher piscina will be found in the nave.
Note the old font which was evidently at one time coloured; also the aumbry, piscina and sedile.Seaward Sussex|Edric Holmes
At the E. end is a piscina and a sedile, each under an elaborate triple ogee canopy.
This is beneath a sept-foiled arch, beside which is another strangely irregular (p. 210) arch over a sedile.Highways and Byways in Cambridge and Ely|Rev. Edward Conybeare.