verb (used with or without object), tab·er·nac·led, tab·er·nac·ling.
Origin of tabernacle
Related formstab·er·nac·u·lar [tab-er-nak-yuh-ler] /ˌtæb ərˈnæk yə lər/, adjectiveun·tab·er·nac·led, adjective
Examples from the Web for tabernacle
King says in a sermon a month later at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama.Tavis Smiley Humanely Chronicles MLK’s Sad Last Year|Scott Porch|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the centre, a sort of tabernacle was constructed by driving posts into the ground, and closely covering them with hides.
If the men of my tabernacle have not said: Who will give us of his flesh that we may be filled?The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
Shall I ever believe that God has commanded a tabernacle to be built to have His oracle heard from the ark in it?Marie Bashkirtseff (From Childhood to Girlhood)|Marie Bashkirtseff
British Dictionary definitions for tabernacle
- the portable sanctuary in the form of a tent in which the ancient Israelites carried the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25–27)
- the Jewish Temple regarded as the shrine of the divine presence