Word of the Day: Refectory

Not sure I’ve heard this one recently if ever.  And I’m honestly not sure how to use it in a sentence just because, well, why?

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“The Great Hall from the Harry Potter movies was based on a combination of the books and the refectory of Christ Church college at Oxford.”

 

Refectorynoun

: a dining hall (as in a monastery or college)

~per Merriam-Webster

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