- n.小教堂，附属教堂; （在小教堂和附属礼拜堂举行的）礼拜仪式; 特殊小房间; <美>殡仪馆;
- 复数: chapels;
She always went to chapel on Sundays.
Sister Francesca entered the chapel.
"It's almost eight o'clock." As if on cue the bell in the chapel began to toll for Matins.
The Holy Family Church was closed and the parish now celebrates mass in this simple side chapel.
Sister Francesca entered the chapel, took her seat, and promptly fell asleep.
Friends and admirers crammed the chapel at the small Los Angeles cemetery where Monroe is buried.
His recently completed chapel for Fitzwilliam is attracting favourable comment.
The local vicar has agreed to marry us in the chapel on the estate.
The paintings in the chapel were perhaps a thousand years old.
You will see the chapel on the hill to your left.
Architecturally, the chapel would be the perfect match for the school.
On Sundays, the family went three times to chapel.
A large portico provides a suitably impressive entrance to the chapel.
I came away from chapel very sober.
He built a chapel as a shrine to the memory of his dead wife.
The ghost of Lady Margaret is supposed to haunt this chapel.
It was a vault , a steel chapel where loafting and laughter were raw sin.
Four pillars supported the roof of the chapel which was lit an opening in the roof.
I proposed some reasonable alterations in their chapel laws, and carried them against all opposition.
A small, private service was scheduled for Feb.15 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
After leaving the chapel the Czar inspected the chapter library.
Anna: This is King's College Chapel.
Alucard and Maria at the Royal Chapel.
When l saw her in that chapel, murder was scrawled all over her face.
I am entering the chapel now.
Students attend chapel each morning.
In 1532 the shroud suffered damage from a fire in the chapel where it was stored.
Both apple blossoms and chapel bells are charming here.
The Chapel Weddings are fun and exciting!
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, for instance, admits only that the graduation rate for its first-generation pupils is much lower than the percentage of all students who graduate within four years ( ' , 81 percent).
Paul’s and the royal chapel, who, however, gave plays in public as well as at court.
1. a place of worship that has its own altar
2. a service conducted in a chapel;
"he was late for chapel"