Pulpit synonyms

po͝ol'pĭt, pŭl'-

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Plural form of ecclesiastic
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A dais, pulpit, or similar platform for a speaker, conductor or other performer.
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(Informal) An ambulance driver.
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The definition of clergy are people that have been trained and approved for religious service.
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The building in which such a department is housed.
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The definition of a platform is a raised stage, or a forum in which an idea can be shared, or a standard for computer hardware that determines what types of software it can run, or is a series of beliefs of a political group.
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Authority to act in the name of God.
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A stand with a slanted top used to support a bible from which passages are read during a church service.
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The definition of a chair is an official person or one who directs the course of a meeting.
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A music stand in an orchestra.
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(Proscribed) A stand used to hold notes when speaking publicly.
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A structure for a person or persons to stand or sit on, or to stand at
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Such a step
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Any improvised platform used by a person (soapbox orator) making an informal, often impassioned speech to a street audience, as on a current, controversial issue
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Find another word for pulpit. In this page you can discover 23 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for pulpit, like: ecclesiastics, rostrum, ambo, reading desk, lady chapel, clergy, ministry, platform, priesthood, lectern and stage.