Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of kneeler.

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Examples

  • The kneelers are a collection of fitted handmade kneeling pads that fit around the circular altar rail.

    CITIZEN-TIMES.com - News

  • "kneelers" and "pew peasants" will quickly converge these religions into some simple rules of life.

    CNN.com

  • "kneelers" and "pew peasants" will quickly converge these religions into some simple rules of life.

    CNN.com

  • The fashion in some parts of the world of not installing kneelers in churches should not be copied by the Church in Asia.

    Cardinal Arinze cautions Asian bishops against false inculturation, liturgical dance

  • Row by row, the kneelers in the church pews slam down.

    Soul Trapper

  • The chair's padding, complete with removable kneelers, absorbs sound a little better and has improved the acoustics inside the church.

    Modernizing a Weekend Retreat for 3,500

  • The nun hums to herself as she goes about her chores: stacking church bulletins, lighting candles on the altar, double-checking that all the kneelers are up in the pews.

    Soul Trapper

  • The hard kneelers, the long spaces of silence, the intense demand to submit to the surroundings, the beginning of the Mass with its Confiteor and mea culpas — all of it serves to form us and prepare us.

    Mahony on Liturgy

  • Row by row, the kneelers in the church pews slam down.

    Soul Trapper

  • The nun hums to herself as she goes about her chores: stacking church bulletins, lighting candles on the altar, double-checking that all the kneelers are up in the pews.

    Soul Trapper

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