- n.庙，寺; 耶路撒冷古神殿; [犹太教] 犹太教聚会; 太阳穴;
- 复数: temples;
The temple is supported by marble columns.
the Temple of Diana at Ephesus
He had a reddening welt on his temple and his nose was bleeding.
They set up a spurious temple that was a cover for sexual debauchery.
No one carrying arms is allowed within the precincts of a temple.
St Paul speaks of the body as the "temple of the Holy Spirit".
Many years later, the temple erected in her name was used to house the Roman mint.
He was, however, allowed to stay on at the temple as long as he restricted himself to his studies.
The chanting inside the temple stopped.
We went to the temple of Atlantis and saw it by moonlight.
She caught a clear view upwards of the spotlit temple.
At Temple station, Charlotte rushed into the Ladies.
The object of great interest at the Temple was a large marble tower built in memory of Buddha.
Much of the temple was ruined, but the front was whole, as well as a large hall behind it.
It is a temple of rare architectural beauty.
They consecrated a temple to their god.
That ancient temple looked well cared for.
I could hear the echoes in this temple.
The temple was destroyed in the violent eruption of 1470 BC.
They were quartered on the temple.
The Jews cast him out of the temple.
Here is the remains of a temple.
Hieroglyphics are carved into the walls of the temple.
You're meant to take your shoes off when you enter a Hindu temple.
The architectural structure of the Temple of Heaven is unique.
After the fire, nothing remained of the magnificent buildings of the temple.
On the extreme northwestern outskirts of the city stands the Buddhist temple.
They dedicated the temple.
No one came into Dragon King Temple without breaking into a cold sweat.
He lived over against the temple.
There's no question Oprah's achievements place her in the temple of American success stories.
1. place of worship consisting of an edifice for the worship of a deity
2. the flat area on either side of the forehead;
"the veins in his temple throbbed"
3. an edifice devoted to special or exalted purposes
4. (Judaism) the place of worship for a Jewish congregation