Meetinghouse meaning

mē'tĭng-hous'
A building used for public meetings and especially for Protestant or Quaker religious services.
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A building used for public meetings, esp. for worship, as by Friends, or Quakers.
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A building where people meet for a purpose.
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A building where a Quaker congregation assembles for worship.
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Origin of meetinghouse