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Word: refectory

Definition: dining hall; room where meals are served (in a school)


Sentences Containing 'refectory'

The hour therefore having arrived they all took their seats at a long table like a refectory one, for round or square table there was none in the inn, and the seat of honour at the head of it, though he was for refusing it, they assigned to Don Quixote, who desired the lady Micomicona to place herself by his side, as he was her protector.

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