Similar words: demagogue, pedagogy, in vogue, synapse, dialogue, decalogue, byname, by name. Meaning: ['sɪnəgɑg /-gɒg] n. (Judaism) the place of worship for a Jewish congregation.
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1. He doesn't go to the synagogue these days.
2. For Jews, the synagogue is the centre for community worship and study.
3. The synagogue provides members an opportunity to meet and develop friendship.
4. The synagogue is used for prayer and study.
5. The synagogue now exhibits Hebrew manuscripts and prints.
6. Now the Philadelphia synagogue offered to write the letter.
7. Think of your church, your synagogue, your voluntary organization.
8. At the back of the synagogue, a pair of Persian carpets hangs alongside the cabinet that houses the Torah scrolls.
9. Patinkin discovered his voice in synagogue, not in formal training.
10. Memories of the synagogue are also few, and its uplifting worship ceremonial almost completely absent.
11. The High Synagogue now houses a textile museum and you may buy tickets here for all the museums in the ghetto.
12. The congregation was meeting in a former synagogue which still bore a Hebrew inscription over the doors.
13. An empty, decaying synagogue stands silent, its walls emblazoned with old swastikas.
14. True, synagogue membership and religious school enrollment both hover around 50 percent.
15. The rabbi at the little synagogue in La Meinau no longer dares to go out.
16. He's been brought up strictly, he goes to synagogue - I respect him for that.
17. The Synagogue and communal agencies, as has already been pointed out, should have a direct causal relationship.
18. The only reason we leafleted on the Jewish New Year was because more people than usual go to the synagogue on that day.
19. Yet almost none of the congregants ever asks the rabbis or synagogue presidents how they will be voting.
20. Of particular importance to the family was the proximity of the synagogue itself, a mere few minutes walk through the park.
21. The mikva is situated in an out-building in the synagogue grounds, and there is a car park outside.
22. They observed holy days and rules of diet and put on black hats and went to the Synagogue.
23. You had better attend the closing hour of it in the synagogue in Rectory Square.
24. Women in head scarves and long coats take a seat on the left side of the synagogue.
25. Who they will talk to following the collapse of the Synagogue Council remains unclear.
26. I went into the street where, after the fetid air of the synagogue[sentencedict.com/synagogue.html], I breathed in the fresh air gratefully.
27. Must we find all work prosaic because our grandfather built an early synagogue?
28. So he went and studied at the yeshiva and slept in the synagogue on the floor and ate meals on charity.
29. He was excommunicated in his early manhood from his synagogue on account of his unorthodox opinions.
30. Construction was halted when excavation work on the baroque square unearthed the ruins of a medieval synagogue destroyed in 1421.
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