Definition of 'chalice'
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Example sentences containing 'chalice'
Under Tony's eye he unpacked the Communion set, laying out the little cruet and the chalice, then once more he knelt.HIDING FROM THE LIGHT THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
A handsome priest in a cream linen suit was moving among the men, distributing Communion wafers from a wooden chalice.DESPERADOES
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