Definition of choir stall in English:

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choir stall


(usually choir stalls)
A fixed seat for one or more people in the choir of a church or chapel.
Example sentences
  • Portals, altarpieces, choir stalls, tabernacles, and other elements likewise shared in this penchant for the organic transformation of architectural members.
  • A south German sculptor carved reliefs in the choir stalls of the Venetian church of the Frari, dated 1468, and the grandest of all the limewood altarpieces was made by Veit Stoss in 1477-89 for S. Mary's in Cracow.
  • We were seated in the choir stalls at the left of the image shown above.

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