noun, plural sem·i·nar·ies.
Origin of seminary
Related formssem·i·nar·i·al, adjectivepre·sem·i·nar·y, adjective, noun, plural pre·sem·i·nar·ies.
Examples from the Web for seminary
Better that I leave the seminary than stay and become a sourpuss.A Catholic Ex-Banker on Pope Francis’s Radical Views|Chris Lowney|December 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If he had known his family tree, his parents could have said, ‘You’re going to seminary.Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Reveals Rick Warren’s Slave-Holding Ancestors|Matthew DeLuca|April 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Zaytuna began as a modest Islamic seminary nestled in the mellow suburbs of Hayward, California, in 1996.
A former Goldman partner, a minister, and seminary president have a biblically ambitious plan to help the company do just that.
A former Goldman partner, a minister, and seminary president have an biblically ambitious plan to help the company do just that.
From my pit I could look back and see the cupola of the Seminary--could see through the cupola from one window to the other.Who Goes There?|Blackwood Ketcham Benson
The present pastors are graduates of both college and seminary.The Church on the Changing Frontier|Helen O. Belknap
To the east of the monastery is a modern college and seminary.
I suppose this ogre of a seminary will shut you up to-night; but where shall I see you to-morrow, and how early?Alice Wilde: The Raftman's Daughter|Metta V. Victor
In the last two years (in which the ages of the girls are 16 to 18 years) the curriculum is that of a seminary for women teachers.The Modern Woman's Rights Movement|Kaethe Schirmacher