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  1. sanc·tum

    /ˈsaNG(k)təm/

    noun

  2. Sanctum | Definition of Sanctum at Dictionary.com

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    [sangk-tuh m] See more synonyms for sanctum on Thesaurus.com. noun, plural sanc·tums, sanc·ta [sangk-tuh] /ˈsæŋk tə/. a sacred or holy place. an inviolably private place or retreat.

  3. sanctum - a sacred place of pilgrimage. holy, holy place. place, spot, topographic point - a point located with respect to surface features of some region; "this is a nice place for a picnic"; "a bright spot on a planet".

  4. Sanctum definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Definition of 'sanctum'. sanctum. If you refer to someone's inner sanctum, you mean a room which is private and sometimes secret, where they can be quiet and alone. His bedroom's his inner sanctum. A sanctum is the holiest place inside a holy building such as a temple or mosque.

  5. Sanctum | Definition of Sanctum by Merriam-Webster

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    Recent Examples on the Web. The Hall of Fame acknowledges—on a plaque in its inner sanctum—that the Doubleday myth is untrue. — The Economist, "Baseball and ...

  6. SANCTUM | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web. Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge ...

  7. Sanctum definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    If you refer to someone's inner sanctum, you mean a room which is private and sometimes secret, where they can be quiet and alone.

  8. Sanctum dictionary definition | sanctum defined

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    sanctum definition: noun pl. -·tums or -·ta 1. a sacred place 2. a study or private room where one is not to be disturbedOrigin of sanctumClassical Latin from neuter of sanctus, holy: see saint...

  9. Definition of INNER SANCTUM - Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of inner sanctum. somewhat formal. : a very private room or place. The new initiate was admitted to the club's inner sanctum.

  10. Sanctum sanctorum - Wikipedia

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    Use of the term in modern languages. The Latin word sanctum may be used in English, following Latin, for "a holy place", or a sanctuary, as in the novel Jane Eyre (1848) which refers to "the sanctum of school room". Romance languages tend to use the form sancta sanctorum, treating it as masculine and singular.