Definition of 'pulpit'
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It appears that the sermons from the political bully pulpit have failed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He would not look out of place in a pulpit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yesterday we got not a nudge but a forceful shove from a man who is supremely confident in his bully pulpit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I taught from pulpit and lectern. Christianity Today (2000)I don't mind being the bloke in the bully pulpit who spells things out in a pretty forceful way. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His thought is that the bully pulpit of the premiership, and its tools of influence, can be used to encourage individuals to behave better to each other. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'pulpit'
British English: pulpit NOUN
A pulpit is a small raised platform with a rail or barrier around it in a church, where a member of the clergy stands to speak.
The time came for the sermon and he ascended the pulpit steps.
Definition of pulpit from the Collins English Dictionary
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