seminary (plural seminaries)
- A theological school for the training of rabbis, priests, or ministers.
- A private residential school for girls.
- (Mormonism) A class of religious education for youths ages 14–18 that accompanies normal secular education.
- A piece of ground where seed is sown for producing plants for transplantation.
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- But if you draw them [seedlings] only for the thinning of your seminary, prick them into some empty beds.
- (by extension) The place or original stock from which anything is brought or produced.
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- (obsolete) Seminal state or polity.
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- A Roman Catholic priest educated in a foreign seminary; a seminarist.
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- (archaic) An academic seminar.
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