Confessional

A confessional is a small, enclosed booth used for the Sacrament of Penance, often called confession, or Reconciliation. It is the usual venue for the sacrament in the Roman Catholic Church, but similar structures are also used in Anglican churches of an Anglo-Catholic orientation, and also in the Lutheran Church. In the Catholic Church, confessio...
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Confessional

• (n.) The recess, seat, or inclosed place, where a priest sits to hear confessions; often a small structure furnished with a seat for the priest and with a window or aperture so that the penitent who is outside may whisper into the priest`s ear without being seen by him or heard by others. • (a.) Pertaining to a confession of faith.Confe...
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confessional

noun a booth where a priest sits to hear confessions
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Confessional

Con·fes'sion·al noun [ French confessional .] The recess, seat, or inclosed place, where a priest sits to hear confessions; often a small structure furnished with a seat for the priest and with a window or aperture so that the penitent who is outside may whisper into the priest's ear without being...
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confessional

confessional 1. A booth where a priest sits to hear confessions. 2. Relating to, or being, something intimately autobiographical in nature or content.
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Confessional

In Roman Catholic churches and chapels, a confessional is a kind of enclosed seat in which the priest sits to hear persons confess their sins. The confessional is often not unlike a sentry-box, the priest sitting within and the penitent kneeling without and speaking through an aperture. Many confessionals are in three divisions or compartments, the...
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confessional

in Roman Catholic churches, box cabinet or stall in which the priest sits to hear the confessions of penitents. The confessional is usually a wooden ...
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confessional

Vividly sensational self-revelatory verse, a literary movement led by American poets from Allen Ginsberg and Robert Lowell to Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, and John Berryman.
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confessional

[n] - a booth where a priest sits to hear confessions
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