Refectory

A refectory (also frater, frater house, fratery) is a dining room, especially in monasteries, boarding schools, and academic institutions. One of the places the term is most often used today is in graduate seminaries. It derives from the Latin reficere `to remake or restore,` via Late Latin refectorium, which means `a place one goes to be resto......
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Refectory

• (n.) A room for refreshment; originally, a dining hall in monasteries or convents.
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refectory

noun a communal dining-hall (usually in a monastery)
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Refectory

Re·fec'to·ry (-to*rȳ) noun ; plural ; Refectories (-r...z). [ LL . refectorium : confer F. réfectoire . See Refection .] A room for refreshment; originally, a dining hall in monasteries or convents. » Sometimes pronounced rĕf'ĕk*...
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refectory

a communal dining-hall, usually in a monastery
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refectory

a communal dining-hall, usually in a monastery
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refectory

A dining room in a monastery.
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Refectory

A refectory is a dining-hall, or fratery, of a convent, college, etc. The internal arrangement and fittings were very similar to those of the ordinary domestic halls, except that it was not unusually provided with a raised desk or pulpit, from which, on some occasions, one of the inmates of the establishment read to the others during meal-time.
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Refectory

communal dining hall
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Refectory

communal dining hall
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Refectory

Communal dining hall.
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Refectory

Communal dining hall.
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refectory

dining-hall of a monastery or other institution
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refectory

[n] - a communal dininghall (usually in a monastery)
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