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  • But they had not allowed the confessionals to be burned in the public market-place. Cited from Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 17, by Charles Francis Horne
  • In these private confessionals, the cast members in question often attempt to redeem themselves.
  • There were always long lines at these confessionals, and most priests in Rome spent several hours here.
  • In one of the most bizarre elements, the cast & crew break out in song during their confessionals.
  • Also, private confessionals of cast members loosely involved in the incident are included.
  • Those that are near the confessionals are at eye-level and may be examined for their details.
  • In the room where these are kept are the confessionals for the pupils. Cited from Life in Mexico, by Frances Calder¢n De La Barca
  • Within two years, he had completely redesigned the paper, and began running confessionals by people who were not famous.
  • The entire church, and even the confessionals, are covered with a species of grey marble. Cited from A Visit to the Holy Land, Egypt, and Italy, by Ida Pfeiffer
  • And in the confessionals, they each talk about their struggles in the game and their benefits as well.
  • But it was the confessionals and their significance that most interested him. Cited from Hawthorne and His Circle, by Julian Hawthorne
  • This allows reality stars an open and public venue to address negative remarks said about them in confessionals.
  • Along the south wall are confessionals under a lean-to roof.
  • There are two confessionals, in one or the other of which we must be shriven. Cited from Essays, by Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The rush upon the confessionals begins at five in the morning, and goes on with little intermission all day. Cited from Wanderings by Southern Waters, Eastern Aquitaine, Edward Harrison Barker
  • So the small church has seven confessionals with allegorical scenes.
  • Now there was not a seat to be seen, even the benches by the confessionals were full. Cited from Saturday's Child, by Kathleen Norris
  • He rose to examine into it, and saw in a chapel near by, the doors of the confessionals. Cited from Bel Ami, by Henri Rene Guy De Maupassant
  • Next, Pierre turned into the transept on the left, where stand the confessionals. Cited from Three Cities Trilogy, Complete, by Emile Zola
  • To accommodate this new form of the sacrament, many confessionals now comprise just one room.
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Root form of confessionals is confessional for the noun.

Meaning of confessionals

  • noun A booth where a priest sits to hear confessions